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The “high-tension” man likes Amber Tips Many a man of affairs realises the value of a cup of delicious Amber Tips Tea, sometimes at II and always at 4 o’clock. It stimulates the faculties—enables him to “size up” a business situation quickly and makes for a cheery optimistic tone in his correspondence. Better than a hundred “do it now” mottoes is a cup of A® M &anßgSß&m 3 mIX m 4555 Everybody's Favourite Try Amber Tips yourself it will delight you. Fragrance, flavour, strength —nothing can equal it. Then get it at your grocers at 2!- per lb. you’ll be delighted. 79 WHOLESALE AGENTS: WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SONS, LTD.
Hallowe’en I Ye’ll no be Forgettin’ Hallowe’en 1.. This time-honored season has again come round. Scotchmen will be foregathering, old memories will be revived, hands grasped m friendship and 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 Genuine Scotch HORN WARE. SBflß i w Horn Mug, Silver-mounted, Antique design. 21/. The Hormvare we are now displaying is characteristic of Bonnie Scotland and its people. It is Genuine Scotch Hornwarc, selected for its High Quality. Obtainable also in Shoe Lifts, Snuff Mulls, Spoons, Paper Knives, etc. Prices for all Purses. m mj Horn Salt Cellar, Silver-mounted. 10/6. Horn Serviette Ring, S ilver-xn ounted. 2/6. Dawsons Limited Jewellers and Opticians. Corner Moray Place and Princes St.
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