THE HEALTHY MAN WINS.
Indigestion means imperfect nourisGment, and that means poor health. In these days of strenuous competition it ii the healthy man who wins. Nothing equals Chamberlain's Tablets for cleaiing th« stomach of undigested food and promoting a flow of gastric juices which are indispensable in the process of digestion. Indigestion always produces a tendency to constipation «md for this alone Chamberlain's Tablets are invaluable. Sold by all Chemists and Storekeepers. " 1
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THE HEALTHY MAN WINS., Press, Volume LI, Issue 15166, 2 January 1915
THE HEALTHY MAN WINS. Press, Volume LI, Issue 15166, 2 January 1915
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