Your Stoiry Never Very Ji : iißi^te^te •;' Hard-worked as every stomach is all the year, each has its duties vastly increased ;ifc Christmas time. The man who eats hut little meat eats .MORE at Christmas; the person who seldom touches pastry TRIES some at Christmas; he who "never" eats sweets always has some at Christmas. Is it any wonder that the stomach rebels and leaves half the work undone—half the food undigested:' DR CKOSSLAND'S m mm jssxsat tu& ssmsssm HM IS THE GREAT XMAS REMEDY! *! It contains all ih» ingradientt which mak» for the iacreaso of gastrin juice—it (stimulates the sluggish organ* and nsjistt Nature* in throwing oil' the aeutio matter. It is mors than a medicine: it is an absolute health necessity in'every household. Let it be your family's eafeguard THIS Christmas. Get it now at your Chemist's or Store, ~>s bottle.
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914
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