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(J/l PL "Apparel doth oft proclaim ' hX the man." fi ~ ||\' , It is a truism that a man is judged m .^? §|jjtf / y *3®& *\, by his clothes. The following" list a2Zs^Jfjj ■ L deals entirely with articles-of apparel We pay postage and give a discount nNkNH j^Kgffifflffl^HP^^^QHt °^ one s^^^n §' every £1 for cash.

LECTURES IN CAMP. Coughing and clearjng of throats at lectures and entertainments could bo readily avoided if the sufferers would but remember that the Canteens stock "Muenzol," the most soothing and healing of all gargles, and pleasant to take. FAR REACHING. Try to realise the danger of allowing your bowels to become clogged. Nature has provided that all poisonous matter shall be expelled from the body, but when you are constipated these poisons are absorbed into the blood. The results range from headache to serious organic diseases. Chamberlain's Tablets are the safest and best medicine for constipation. They effect permanent, relief ■ while • violent purgativesonly aggravate the trouble. .■ A course of Chamberlain's Tablets will strengthen your bowels and gently stmulate them to perform their functions voluntarily.—SoM by all Chemist* and Storekeepers.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9588, 16 April 1919

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9588, 16 April 1919

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