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Weaßly Children If you only knew how SCOTT’S Emulsion brings health and strength to weakly children, you would never be without it in your home. Children love this creamy strength-maker which provides the exact nutriment for growing muscles, tissues and bones at the same time that it promotes strength to protect against wasting disorders, coughs, colds,whoopingcough, teething troubles and rickctfs. Give yourself the pleasure of watching your children grow sturdy and strong on genuine scorn Emulsion which has, indeed, saved .the lives of millions of weakly children. - FREE. In order to convince yon without loss of time that SUCHARD’S (pronounco "SU-SHAR”) is absolutely the finest Chocolate made, we will send a Dainty Free Sample, containing 12 Tablets, to anyone filling in the Form at foot and enclosing Id stamp for postage. SUCHARD’S CHOCOLATES. Made in Switzerland. Are the Highest Class of Swiss Chocolate. Try it for yourselves, FREE. NOTE. —Fill up, cut out, and send the Coupon in unsealed envelope, bearing stamp, also enclose la stamp to cover postage on Sample. FORM FOR FREE GIFT RACKET. Messrs Wm. Taylor and Sons, Ltd., Cumberland street, Dunedin. Sirs, —• Please send me one Free Gift Packet of Suohard’s Swiss Chocolate as advertised. I enclose Id stamp for postage. Name Address Only One Gift Packet sent to same .Address. iMi TRADE MARK.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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