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THE MORNING SPOT—J.D.K.Z. DonH ruin your health with tea and cakes.- Have a little J.D.K.Z. gin and soda every morning. A pot-still malt liqoor, of absolute purity, J.D.K.Z. bucks you up. by cleaning the system and toning up tho nerves. Look for the square bottle with the white heart label. AH hotels and bottle stores.— Advt.
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It«- presence,H;6o,-:wilt instant aid assure— Unrivalled Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.—Advt.
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