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I Was advised to 0 take cod*liver oil. I* But until he tried Scott's Emulsion he thought he could not take it. m I ALFRED J. AMOS. I There are many people who, like the gentleman whose photograph we here introduce, find' great difficulty in taking cod-liver oil. Still, they know they need this oil, and it onlv remains for them to learn the best way to take it in order to derive the benefit to be obtained from its many medicinal pro- perties. Possibly you will be interested in the fol- lowing experience:— 31, Lochaber-road, High-road, "Lee, S.E., August 9, 1898. Dear Sire,-Hiving had; a severe attack of bron- chitis, I was advised by a medical man to take cod- Fver oil. In fact, I have been so advised several times, and have tried to do so time alter time, ud with always the same result, namelv, that after a few doses I have been obliged to give up taking it. owing to the nausea and other evil effects, having such an irritable stomach that it is an utter impos- sibility for me to take any kind of fat or oil in a natural way, although it is known to most people that fat is a necessary part of our diet. It is a well- known fact that cod-liver oil is a most valuable article of food and medicine also to all who suffer from cbtest diseases, or to those who are in a weak and debilitated state. I therefore determined to try Scott's Emulsion, and I am able to state that not only could I retain it, but could take it freely and with great benefit. It strengthened my whole system" and greatly relieved and strengthened the chest and lungs. I may also say that my children, two of whom have suffered very much with bronchitis, have been greatly relieved and strengthened by its use, a-nd they will take it readily, and actually ask for it. I can strongly recommend all who suffer from bron- chitis, or any oough, cold, etc., and also those who s-.ilrer from general weakness, to give it a trial, and they will i),a surprised and greatly benefited by its use. "Yours truly. "(Signed) ALFRED J. AMOS." We will say tha.t Mr Amos is perfectly right in his theory that fat is a nwessary part of our diet, and when people are run down in health, or suffer from chronic bronchitis, or are susceptible to taking cold, or in fact any local affection of throat or lungs, it is almost essential that cod-liver oil should be taken both as a specific and as a. food. In Scott's Emulsion the problem of making cod-liver oil acceptable to everybody is admirably solved. This preparation is not only palatable, as Mr Amos's letter indicates, but by reason of its perfectly emulsified form it does not tax digetjtion, and moreover is readily absorbed into the blood. Besides cod-liver o;'J, Scott's Emulsion also contains glycerine and hypophosphites in proportions ap- proved by the medical profession. You cannot com- pare any other preparation of cod-liver oil favourably with Scott's Emulsion. Many who have tried to take other forms of the oil* have come back to Scott's Emufeion, quite roady to ajimit its superiority. For sale by all chemisfa. You many obtain a sample of Scott's Emulsion by sending threepence to cover postage to Scott and Bowne., Ltd., Manufacturing Chemists, 95, Great Saffron Hill, London, E.C., and mentioning this paper.

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