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'en ! Ye'U no be CD. • • • This time-honored season has again come round. Scotchmen will be foregathering, old memories will be revived, hands grasped in friendand presents given to mark the jovial occasion. The ideal Present is something genuinely Scotch and suggestive of old customs. In this respect nothing is more suitable than our IB* Genuine Scotch HORNWARE. r^ xtfw *SKS sSS Tbo Hornware we are now displaj-ing is characteristic of Bonnie Scotland, and its people. It is Genuine Scotch Horn Salt Cellar, TT , , ■, f Silveivmonnted. Hornware, selected for 10 y e< its High Quality. Obtainable also in Shoe , Lifts, Snuff Mulls, Spoons, Taper Knives, l-'* v * m K< m Prices for «U Purses. Horn Serviette Ring, Silver-mounted. 2/6. Silver-mounted, Antiqu design. 21/. 1 W Corner Moray Place end Princes St. Jewellers and Opticians. iWS u ' Ehaveopenedex r.e. Opawa and Coriuthic all the Latest Novelties in Gentlemen'.-; wear. Weinvite inspection of CHRISTY'S Hard and Soft FELT HATS in the Latest SHAPES, also the NEWEST in STRAWS Our Stock is replete with the MOST UP-TO-DATE NECKWEAR. Our goods Lock Well, Fit Well, and Wear Well. New IS£ Spring m TAYLOR'S CliY HATONEUM, 153 Rattray Street Every toe should be as straight as your fingers. Dame Nature never did intend that your toes shduld he twisted or contorted; if they are, it is only because you have worn boots either too small or unsuitod to the shape of your feet. At any rate, there is no need in these days, when Bootmakiug has been brought down to an exact science, for any person to wear ill-fitting or uncomfortable boots or shoes. When next buying Footwear, come to us, as we thoroughly understand the anatomy of the foot. Come to a Firm carrying a largo range of sizes, different fittings, and styles. We claim to be in the front rank of Footwear Retailers. May we expect a. visit from you soon, when we can prove our ability to suit you? H,.:,- J The Footwear Specialists, 22-24 Princes Street. SKILFUL REPAIRING Keeps the Boot Bill Down. Try Ours. to<^ir4~^^x\rii^K&&v*tt''&*"?*:^~' f i~>W 7AMKIJ Known—l ha'. J ! illiic:;ii-, Lis- > euiars, Card: Progran::iiCS, ;i.i;il iicn-.' ri-i'iUincr of fvery de.scni:t;M) /ire wrut.-'i' tbe ' Evcninc Star' OAVo st Med era it LVTANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir. * V f/i.a;-.-, Cm!-. I'ropfa.mmes, and Gen.?. r:d l'rinting of rverv At scripuor. are executed ;:.'. ;.: r- •/•.-... nuicr .S;si-' Ollkc at jloderati

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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