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y -H w Scotland, asirs, h Pl c a s, to one ctz&a :> 6 Tlas ci "Senear's •Food foi I.M. The Smpafees of addressed to Miss "Cosier. w. have received tlie bos "ordered ire. Peterholi. Y cur:; t¡: y, «77 fPm&&is&td by Special pi nr. t" i\;t.s,«n C^urt.) Benger's Food In ï:r:!J, ÍIj .1 B g ,I ""¡'F;' .ç of JBenger's I.'eotl For 9.fts, Invaliti^, and the Aged. From Geo. r" ason, Esq., J.P., C.C., &c., Mayor of Ja-w, Jarrov on T yrn*, 22nd, March, 1S37. Dear Sir,. ave for some consider- able time pa~r. ught of sending you a brief account of experience of the value of Benger'.s Nine years ago my digestive c-!>v. got very much dis- ordered, and f i a very seve-rc- attack of catarrh. I y died by my doctor that I would hav- i iiet myself, and practi- cally to live r milk diet. lie recom- mended Be Food as most suitable for a case c 1-ned digestion such as mine, and f( last nine years I have lived more o; upon it, taking it twice and sc-nietiin- ;e times every day. Dur ing thee ye. r have led a very active life, and the r that I hold many public appointment official positions, involv- ing great m ri al and physical strain, in in! addition to t, -wn business, speaks or itaelf of the v, » of such a diet. '■ Yci- ■> lost faithfully, Geo. Johnson." Benger's Food In Tins, Benger's 'ood 6I,j; fe„ Benger's 'ood everp"J, I" v ■ Infants, f'" Invalk and the Ageth The Lon lo Medical Record say;: — It is r(,tai-, when all other foods am rejected." Extract frorr .er from Lady Champioi De Crespigny "My young- i child was most delicate he was given by two doctors. Having tried every k of milk, I was told (f your Food, a ased it with the utmct success. Ha ia tv a strong boy of five.* Benger's Food lnTin, Benger's irood-J^ Benger's Food"w,m FctT Infants, lnvalidi, and the Aged, The Medicil Timet says:— Haa deserv lly a very high reputa- Cioa." Stok Devonport, "July 10th, 19C0. U Sir, — I w.-i to express the utmost satisfaction witl ycur Food. My boy, who is just nine mon ns old, has been fed on it and nothing elsf since he was born, and weighs a few ounces short of 20 lbs. Your faithfully, M. W. Lawrence." Benger's Food In Tms. I I)t Benger's F o o dafte-Wts, "f Benger's Food -er- Far Infants, Invalids and the Aged. The British Mcdical Journal says:- Has by ita excellence established a re- putation of its own." Extract from letter from Mrs. Ernest Owtrim: — The effects of Benger's Food have been 10 remarkable and instantaneous on my little daughter, that' I must offer y )u my congratulations and small tribute of gratitude." Benger's Food t. r., I Benger's Food of Mamie", Benger's Food everywhere I i- For Infants, Invalids, and the Aged. The Lancet describes it as Mr. Benger's admirable preparation." A Lady writes;- "Humanly speaking- Bcnger's Food) entireiy saved baby's life. I had tried four other well-known fcod3, but ho could digest nothing until we began the Ben g-er.' He is now rosy and fattening j rapidly." Benger's Food In nns, J Benger's Food 4;w Benger's Food 6V For Infants, Invalids and the Aged* An eminent Surgeon writps:- After a lengthened experience of Foods, both at home and xn India, I con- aider Benger's Food' incomparably superior to any I have ever prescribed." Benger's Food MTW, Benger's FoodSbcmlrta, Ac., J < J Benger's Food eY j For Infants, I Invalids and the Aged. Bullock's Heath, I Southampton, Aug. 2nd, 1900. j "Dear Sir,—I have twina, a boy and a j girl, and they were not expected to live, j 1 was recommended Benger's Food,' and e | I am very pleased to say it saved their lives, and they are now two fine healiM i children; my husband is out in South Africa and has never seen tnem. Yours truly, C. A. Potter." P.S. They were so thin I could hardly dress them, and now they are so fat nothing will fit them." £ a A Mother writes: — ■ "I do not think I should be doing my B f duty if I did not speak up for Benger's fj ? Food.' It has simply been the means ( of bringing my baby boy back to life. I wnclose 1113 photo that you may see what a bonny boy he is." BENGER'S FOOD Ftr Wants, Invalids, and the Agsd. Sold in tins by Chemists, &,c, everywhere*

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