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Just the TEA for Highclass Family Use. TASTES BEST. . . . GOES FARTHEST. it made readv for babv bj adflinst bot' water only |No cooliine. In two win-ntc-s baby's Gin xo iareariv Ask your dooior. i I Could not obtain a better or more delicious jam than "K" Jam, which is famous for its natural fruity flavor. The choicest fruit, the finest methods, the utmost purity—all combine to make ' f K" Jam a delicious and wholesome food delicacy. 1 JAM THE KING OF JAMS. THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. Sold Everywhere Over 50 Awards for Excellenco. Purity guaranteed by Kirkpatrick's. Dunedin Agents: W. TAYLOR AND 80N, Limited.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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