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When the Roots are not Healthy and Strong, or when they are Affected by Germs YOUR HAIR will not—indeed, cannot-Grow. That is why NOTHING CAN BE ANY GOOD for PM TT'JQ) w^h FALLING °UT »nd PREMATURELY GREY m r% EXCEPT. CAP S U L 0 IDS. because the harmfwi germs which injure jdSpy&ss. the hair can sxly bf: gotten at through the Wood, and the only remedy which can J||W je»ch them through the blood is Capsuloids. sc;¡J.p, because it cannot get down to the germs. Ctpa«Ioidii contain nethiag which can in any injure the stomach er any part ef the body. 22, Dake-striout, Portland-plaoe, W., tlbe Caponlold Co,, Lia. Jaly 6th, 1905. Dear 8ira,- L Saving bauefited ao much eioce taking your aP»oloicls, I feel it only right to «end you tbia JjffiKL ^tttnonial. My hair ia much longer, thicker, and ta°re glossy than it has evar been, and I faal m^ch «tonKer and better in health. I aball be only too W'aitacJ to recommend them to all my friends. dear Sjn, "foun faithfully, (Mrs) BEATRICE DOKRINGTOM. if • LOOK AT THIS PICTURE OF A HAIR GREATLY MAGNIFIED, and learn how your bait grows. why 3 it becomes prematurely grey, why it does not grow well, and I? why it tails out. The whole hair ia produced by the multi. >5 plication of those growing cells which lie at the bottom 8 and form its root. They rest upon the little vessels which carry the blood containing* the red corpuscles, if from which the cells draw all their nourishment. You can l» easily see from this picture that when the harmful germs settle in those growing cells, and go on multiplying, they will injure the cells, which cause* the hair to loosen and fall out or IS become prematurely grev. If those germs are not checked they will in time quite dastroy the cells, and AS the roots ,1 would then be dead,nothing whatever could be done. You can 'I only kill those germs by quickly making millions of new red blood corpuscles, and the only medicine which will make them rapidly enough is Capsuloids. A look at this scientific picture will enable you to realise that external treatment „ can no* possibly benefit the hair. Take two Capsuloids with I injure the cells, which cause. the hair to loosen and fall out or IS become prematurely grev. If those germs are not checked they will in time quite dastroy the cells, and AS the roots ,1 would then be dead,nothing whatever could be done. You can 'I only kill those germs by quickly making millions of new red blood corpuscles, and the only medicine which will make them rapidly enough is Capsuloids. A look at this scientific picture will enable you to realise that external treatment „ can no* possibly benefit the hair. Take two Capsuloids with ""Bold by Chemists everywhere at the reduced price of »t«« mm 7 2s 3d per 0J. gent by THB CAPSULOID CO., LTD.. 47, ?plborn Viaduct. London (opposite City Temple), removed from 31. Snow Hill, i fecial Sample given when this Coupon is enclosed and Three Boxes are ordered from | „ COUPON, ferger earn pie with six. Donot ask your Chemistfor sample for he cannot supply u. I £ ^1905 r. w -D yo 0, Or T _C T, FOR FKHEHAIB BOOKLET A D C A SIS. » kept.Och. 1905. t A A .domm- ip A By means of MELLI i FOOD i §l> the difficulty which infants generally find in o j Clll cow's milk alone is entirely overcome. g|f| 3J| £ Sample free on application. MELLTN'S FOOD LTD, PECKHAM, LONDON. COLQUHOUN'S m Scotch Tweeds & Knitting Yarns V U To the Public To Wool Growers || BE Scotch T«««d» mean value, and Colquhoun'a What do you do with your woof? Do you make BSJI Ba luadies' and Gtntlnnan'ii Scotch Tw8idi, the most of It? One thing is quite certain. jEjs Bb Knittlnr Tarns, Blankets, etc., mean pcrfea- Yon cannot do batter than sand it to my Mills' WSJ EB tton of value. Their wear is magnificent, and have it mads into wcoiien cloth, blankets, M ■S All a?e made in my own Wills under or other goods. I iiave 400 patterns to select b«4 K my own suparviEion, and nothing is sold as Ironi, and jiay carriage on wool sent to me (fee tigS Wool that is not pure wool. Any length at Mill for man^iacturo. Writs for booklet which Kef » pa.ud carriage paid. Belt-measurement talis you ail ycu vrant to tuiow, and receive Kaj B foi»" Hnt, tad Suits made up if desired, patterns, so that you may say what you IH Z? woo Patterns, yost tree. Write for them. want made and the patterns yon prefer. w It A. Colqatioun, Dept. 72, W&nkrigg tjitl, Galashiels, N.B. fl

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