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3f "Tea taken at three o'clock "in tho afternoon ia bo re- " freshing and invigorating § " thaifc if the little- ceremony i "of afternoon tea has not had f " a place in your household ( *' schedule, let me heg of you | "to install it at once."—Jß. Levris, in tho ' Housewife.* 111 %*& ff Is essentially tho Tea for i Afternoons. It Is «■ dainty, f| high-class Tea—pure, rich, || wholesome—-which malres a || beverage-that everyone enjoys. || Bia<riTH»a«iftWilfflafl*itf^ WARftINGTON VISITORS. "ING OSCAR" SARDINES are finest k quality obtainable. Insist on getting "KING OSCAR."

ii» IHiK mm MiMmmi ma/Mm BUSINESS AS USUAL -TiaßssaissassssisssaßsssEssamßiSßßSEa «ff Business tn cur Stere3 continues as usual. We continue to soil if at our old " PEACE " PRICES. We hava from the very outset |] refused to self at Inflated prices, and neither Wars mr Rumors |$ of Wars will persuade us to desert this our Fixed Policy. p i/e/p Four Country | «tf> By keeping trads moving, and hslp yourself at the same Simo || by attending to your Footwear ncetis now. In spite of the dread p and unosrtainty which prevails elsewhere, our Stocks are more || extensive and more varied than ewer, and comprise everything it tftat is New and Seasonable In Footwear. | m m Be British | IT Buy what you need as you need it, and you -will not pay.-Inflated; || prices if ycu shop at ll wSS m m Always Busy Shoe I 212-214 George St ' 1 m*£^fflbt&i^y&^j*^ CHILD ON THE FINEST FOOD FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. All Grocers and Storekeepers. ±%i% w* ie Season tor I'KUIT A.M> .JA-M is drawing nipch, and we are m-on.'ivrrl to supply the necessary wants at a moderate- price. BOTTLES and JARS. ) PRESERVING BOTTLES. t r . ri ijjj|};' 1 Pint and 1 Quart. iillij.i'iij'l. I!! ir'Mfli Screw Top. Narrow and Wide Month. ii; ijii Ii!i| ; II;j!1|' preserving bottles. y jfflf Wido Mouth, with Glass Top. . .:j!|i|||l 1 Pint and I Quart. 11l ''ill ,TAM JARS - I" ' ' 'I 111 1 m > with Ti " Lids-v-»mlv - " l,ul V 2!b Glass, to take* Paper Covers. PAPER COVERS,, to suit lib and 21b Glass .Tars 6d par packet. BRASS JAM PANS 8/6 to 19/3. SCALES FOR WEIGHING, complete with W-ights 21b down. 5/6 complete. 243 GEORGE ST., Near Hanover St.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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