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MARK THIS! You can walk into our Store and buy with your eyes closed ! You are absolutely safeguarded against buying an unsuitable article. You examine your purchase thoroughly -in your own home. If it is not exactly what you anticipated, return it, and your money will he promptly passed hack. RESVSESVSBER OUR QUALITY. Our Gift Book Will Help You. It’s Free for the Asking. P Williamsons The Quality Jewellers Princes St., Dunedin. (■■■■■fIHSnBBBnHBBBHHHnBtBMBBBIBDBBUBWUIUBnBnBBBBIif Study the Anatomy of Your Feet! Every toe should be as straight as your fingers. Dame Nntur# never did intend that your toos should bo twisted or contorted; if they are, it is only because you have worn boots either too small or unsuited to the shape of your feet. At any rate, there is no need in these days, when Bootmaking has been brought down to an exact science, for any person to wear ill-fitting or uncomfortable boots or shoos. When next buying Footwear, come to us, as we thoroughly understand the anatomy of the foot. Como to a Firm carrying a largo range of sizes, different fittings, and stylos. Wo claim to he in tho front rank of Footwear Retailers. May wo expect a visit from you soon, when we can prove our ability to suit youP W. Harris & Son, The Footwear Specialists, I 22-24 Princes Street. ! SKILFUL REPAIRING Keeps the Boot BUI Down. Try Ours. m i Wf SINGERS * ABE LOPD IN THKXIt FEAISE OF BENJAMIN GUM The - say it is a Wonderfully Quick and Thorough Cure for SORE AND INFLAMED THROATS, COUGHS, AND COLDS, Etc. Colds ore Tery prevalent at this season, hut a bottle of “ BKKjAMtx (lot ” will soon ckor them away. It's nice to t* I BK'E 1/6 PER BOTTLE. % zcz

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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