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In the front Rank as usual, and a source of comfort and refreshment to manv a worn- out soldier, HORLICK'S MALTED MILK may be expected to do in South Affrica. the same good service that it has done all the world over, among all classes and all ages. Where should we look for it, except in the front rank? It is a complete milk food, containing in itself every element necessary to the life and health alike of tender child and grown-up man and woman. It is milk to the babe and meat and drink to the invalid. Equally serviceable in health and sickness, it comes as a boon to all. It is in powder form, is partly pre digested', contains no free starch, is sterilis- ed, and keeps indefinitely in any climate. Of all chemists and stores. Price. Is. 6d., 2s. 6., ancll lis Send for free sample, and explanatory matter, tc Horlick & Co., 34, Farringdon Road, London, E.C. j "For the Blood Is the Life." I Clarke's Blood Mixture THE WORLD-FAMED BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER, is warranted to Cleanse the Blood from all impurities from whatever cause arising For Eczema, Scurvy, Scrofula, Bad Legs, Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Skin and Blood Diseases, Boils, Pimples, Blotches, and Sores of all kinds, its Effects are Marvellous, It is the only real Specific for Gout and Rheumatic Pains, for it removes the cause from the Blood and Bones. Clarke's Blood Mixture is pleasant to the taste and warranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, from infancy to old age, and the Proprietors solicit sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. Thousands of unsolicited testimonials from all parts, such as the following: ECZEMA.—Mr. George Price, St. Margaret's-on-Thames, writes: I have been suffering these last few years with Eczema and Blotches, which prevented me from following my occupation: A little while ago, however, I was advised by a friend of mine who has taken Clarke's Blood Mixture' to try a bottle, and to my great relief I am a new man, and able at the present time to go on with my busi- ness, being now quite well.December 29th, 1899. BAD LEG.-Mr. Stephen Morgan, 31, Mulkern Road, St. John's Road, Upper Holloway, writes: "I suffered for thirteen years with an Ulcerated Leg, aid at one of the hospitals I attended it was suggested that I should have my leg off, to which I am thankful to say I would not agree, as I am now quite cured by taking«Clarke's Blood Mixture-'—May 25th, 1899." S 6 s BHEXTMATISK.-COW-Sergeant Instructor Jno. Howurth, Cheshire Regiment, Chester, writes: I suffered from Rheumatism in my arms and legs for over five years. All sorts of remedies were applied, but none did any good for more than a few days. After a while I was recommended to try C Clarke's Blood Mixture which I did, and on taking the first bottle I felt relief. I therefore continued with this excellent medicine, and it effected a perfect core."—May 18th, 1899. ■■ 80: ■ w 8to™ _.=-==n,o. n -==-==.=-=-=:- ;belieious! Wholesome! Refreshing FLAVOURED WITH RIPE FRUIT JUICES. RTSTWPL55?ET It Jel]y. possessing a flavour of quite natural character SISTER EYA, Authoress of Scenes in the Life of a Nurse" Your Jellie* arTSS' nicest I have tested. They deserve to be more widely used in the Rick room." PROF. GOODFELLOW, FR.H.S.: Perfectly pwe, and of the highest excellenc* Free og mom

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