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Advertising 1925-28

INDEX
2
Abington, Edwin & Sons
17
Page, J J
13
Battersby, G W
23
Purslow, Frank
24
Betts, F & Sons
8
Scroxton, Bert
5
Caswell, F
9
Scroxton, Harry
6
Chapman, F
4
Skinner, H
21
Chapman, F
right
Taylor, Newsagent
16
Co-operative - Bakery
11
Wadsworth Bros
22
Cross, Geo
12
Warren, E and Son
1
Doffman's
3+19
Webb Bros.
20
Harbour, H - "Clenso"
7
Weekley, Sydney
14
London Central Meat Co Ltd
10
Whitby Bros
15
Mortimer, W
18
Yarde & Co.

Rushden Echo, 11th December 1925

Largest Variety of Novelties in Crackers. Boxes of Chocolates at all prices, from 1/- upwards. Toys, Games, and Presents for the Bairns’ Stockings.—Taylor, Newsagent, Queen-street and 132 High-street.

1
Rushden Echo, 20th March 1925

Very Important Announcement!

The Date of the

Grand Opening of Doffman’s

At
39 High Street, Rushden
Is

Saturday April 11th.

The Builder, Mr Marriott, has promised to
enable usto open on the above date.

We shall have a wonderful selection of
Gentlemen’s Spring Suitings, Granby Raincoats,
“Donadoff” Sports Suits and Outfitting.

Also the Ladies’ Department will be replete with
Costumes, Wrap Coats, Knitted Wool Suits,
Jumpers, Dresses, Coat Frocks, Raincoats
And a Grand Selection of Smart Hats.

The Boys’ and Youths’ Departments
Will contain a full range of the
Latest and Best Wearing Suits etc.

At moderate prices

Reserve your Ordering for the

Grand Opening Day—

The Saturday Before Easter – April 11th.

2
Rushden Echo, January 1925

Edwin Abington & Sons

Riding Breeches Makers

5 Newton Road, Rushden

Hours – 10a.m. to 8p.m. Every Wednesday

3

Rushden Echo, 19th February 1926

“Never Put Off Till Tomorrow What Can be Done Today”

Webb Bros. (Outfitters) Ltd.

Annual Sensational Clearance SALE !
is Still Going Strong.

Hundreds of Keen Buyers have been quick to appreciate the unique opportunity thie SALE affords of securing Exceptional Bargains in Men’s, Youths’, and Boys’ Clothing of every description at such Price Reductions.
Their Repeated Demands for further supplied affords positive proof (if proof were needed) that the Goods are all they were asserted to be, and emphasizes the fact that they have secured their Bargains and KNOW IT.

Have Your Chance Today.

Seize it. Visit AT ONCE their LOCAL BRANCH at
26 High Street, Rushden

And thus avoid the tragedy of being Too Late.

4
Rushden Echo, 26th February 1926

H Skinner

Skinner’s Hill, Rushden

High-Class Butcher

Prime English Meat of Best Quality Only.

Orders Delivered Daily.

5
Rushden Echo, 26th February 1926

F Caswell

Plumber, House Painter,

And Decorator

Wellingboro’ Road, Rushden

Artistic Work at Reasonable Prices.

6
Rushden Echo, 26th February 1926

F Chapman

85, Trafford Road, Rushden

(the oldest-established firm in the town), for

Window Cleaning in Rushden

Weekly, Fortnightly, or Monthly Orders

taken at the above address.

7
Rushden Echo, 26th February 1926

Sydney Weekley A.T.C.L.
(Associate of the Trinity College, London)

Teacher of Pianoforte and Theory of Music

Pupils Prepared for Trinity College Exams

For terms, etc., Apply:
45 Victoria Road, Rushden

8
Rushden Echo, 26th February 1926

Bert Scroxton and Sons

Furniture Removers

to all parts of the World

Haulage of Every Description

Up-to-date Saloon ’Bus to carry 14 persons.

14 Portland Road, Rushden.

9
Rushden Echo, 26th February 1926

’Phone 243

Harry Scroxton

Char-a-banc & Taxi Proprietor

Open and Closed Cars for Hire Day or Night.

Weddings a Speciality.

8, Portland Road, Rushden.

10
Rushden Echo, 19th February 1926

Telephone: Rushden 157

Whitby Bros.

Motor Carriers and
Haulage Contractors

Portland Road, Rushden

Kettering Daily

Kettering Depot: Angel Hotel Yard

Distance No Object – Let us Quote You.

11

Rushden Echo, 12th February 1926

The Austin Seven – Price at Works £149

Rushden Agents

Wadsworth Bros. 63 Newton-road

Any make of car supplied

Cars for all Hire Work

Special Saloon Car for Weddings

Orders received at 21, Park-road    

1926 Models in Stock

12

Rushden Echo, 19th February 1926

E Warren and Son

Family Butchers and Milk Dealers
Eggs, Butter and Cream fresh daily
Families in all parts of the town
waited upon each day
12 High-street, Rushden,
and corner of Pratt-road,
also Cromwell-road

13

Rushden Echo, 19th February 1926

Try Battersby’s

Ever-Sure Self-Raising Flour

3½d. and 6½d.

G W Battersby

Rushden and Higham Ferrrers

14

Rushden Echo, 12th February 1926

Wanted! Everybody to Know

The London Central Meat Co. Ltd., have again

Reduced Selling prices of their
Prime Lambs by 1d per lb.

The London Central Meat Co. Ltd.

113 High Street, Rushden

15

Notice

W Mortimer
Motor Engineer,
Eastfields, Newton Road, Rushden

Has taken over the Car Hire Business of
Mr Campion, of Moor Road.

Closed and Open Cars for Hire
by Day or Night.

Weddings a Speciality
Terms moderate.

16

Rushden Echo, 12th February 1926

Good Bread

Is naturally the First Care
of a Co-operative Society.

We have set ourselves to meet it with

OUR OWN BAKERY

where Flour from our own Mills, and
other materials of the Purest Quality
only are used. You can be proud of
Co-operative Bread. . . It is Pure,
Wholesome, and Nutritious, and is
sold at a fair price with the surplus
coming back to the customer. You
share in it if you buy Co-operative

BREAD, CAKES and CONFECTIONARY.

“Get it at the Co-op and save 2/- in the £”

Rushden Co-operative Society Ltd.

17

Rushden Echo, 5th February 1926

Spring 1926
Eight Weeks to Easter

Busier Than Ever ! !

Call and have a Chat with

Joseph
John
Page

You will find it a pleasure
to talk to me about Clothes,
I will help and advise you.

Every Garment cut by
Joseph J Page, U.K.A.F.,
And hand-made in my own workshop.

18
Rushden Echo, 19th February 1926

Yarde and Co
(Northampton)

Beg to announce that they are

Opening this week their

New Branch Retail Shop at
High Street – Rushden

With a Fine Selection of Choice
Cut Flowers and Seeds

19
1925 advert
20
Rushden Echo, 25th Feb 1927

CLENSO Washing Powder
1D. per Packet

Makes Work Light!

Washing White ! !

Manufactured by
H. Harbour, Kings-rd, Rushden

Ask your Grocer for it.


 The Rushden Argus, 3rd August 1928
21
F Chapman
(Ex-serviceman)

Oldest Established Firm in Rushden Est. 1910

For Reliable
Window Cleaning

You can’t do better than consult the above.

Weekly, Fortnightly, or Monthly orders taken.

All Orders personally and Promptly Attended to.

Terms Moderate.

P.C. to 89, Trafford Road, Rushden
will receive Immediate Attention.
[In 1926 he was at 85 Trafford Road]

22
Geo. Cross

23 High Street, Rushden

For

Corsets, Brassieres,
Gloves, Hosiery, Overalls,
Baby Linen, Wools.

Full Range of
Ladies’ Underwear.

See windows.


Rushden Echo, November 1928
23
Frank Purslow
24

Holly Wreaths, Xmas Trees, Evergreens.
Choice Cut Flowers
and Fruit, etc.

F. Betts and Sons
Florists
High-street, Rushden.



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