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Scott's Emulsion Cured this Little Boy, But he should have taken this remedy much sooner than he did. I ARTHUR WILLIAM LACEY. (from a Photograph.) 7a, Franche Court Road, Earlsfleld, London, S.W., April 27th, 1900. Dear Sirs,—I am very pleased to be able to tell you of the happy results of my experience with Scott's Emulsion for my little son, who had a serious attack of pneumonia about two years ago. This was followed by measles and whooping cough, and we were told that we should not be able to rear him. After a time he commenced to improve, but was never the same child as before his illness, About every three or four weeks he became so hot that anyone would have thought he had scarlet fever. His temperature varied considerably: it has reached 1041o, and in less than half-an-hour it has gone down to 90°. He would then be languid and pale and quite lose his appetite for weeks, and then he would again pick up a bit for a time, but never made any particular progress. We tried everything we could for him, but nothing did him sfood for any length of time. At last, as a last resort, I gave him Scott's Emulsion, and to your splendid remedy I feel I owe my boy's life. From the commence- ment of this treatment he began to improve, and to-day he is a strong and healthy boy with a splendid appetite, and eats everything I give him. The bloom of health is on his cheeks, and he goes to school with the other children. I cannot tell you how grateful I am for all that Scott's Emulsion has done for my child, and send you this letter as a slight acknowledgement. In gratitude, believe me, Very sincerely yours, A- (Sift'ocr": {IvIrO It is a great mistake for anybody to think that because Scott's Emulsion con- tains cod-liver oil it should only be used as a last resort. When cod-liver oil had to be taken in its ordinary form its taste and the difficulty many had in digesting it seemed rather to put it in the light of a last resort" remedy. In Scott's Emulsion, however, the taste of cod-liver oil is completely disguised, and its per- fectly emulsified form makes it of no tax whatever upon the stomach. Scott's Emul- sion has therefore given to cod-liver oil its greatest value by placing it within Jihe reach of everybody-young and old alike. In addition to cod-liver oil, Scott's Emul- sion contains the hypophosphites of lime and soda, and glycerine, which add greatly to its value as a medicinal agent. Children love the taste ef Scott's Emulsion and adults take it readily. In serious diseases, like consumption and scrofula, Scott's Emulsion can be taken continuously for a long period, without in any way impairing digestion. This remedy is better adapted ¡ to the needs of a wasting or emaciated system than any other preparation offered to the public. Children gain appetite, flesh, and strength, and are transformed into perfect pictures of health by Scott's Emulsion, when no other remedy or no other form of cod-liver oil will do them any good. Scott's Emul- sion differs from all other forms of cod-liver oil, being made from a special formula and by a special process. You cannot form any adequate idea of the possi- bilities of cod-liver oil until you have tried the genuine, Scott's Emulsion, which may be distinguished by our TRADR MARK. trade mark, which is on the wrapper of every genuine bottle. A sample of Scott's Emulsion will be sent to any address in Great Britain upon receipt of threepence to cover postage and mentioning the name of this paper. Appli- cations for samples should be sent to Scott and Bowne, Limited, 95, Great Saffron Hill, London, E.C.

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