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MR. GROCER: HERE'S A GOOD SIGN TO POST IN
(Buy Not Unless You Live Up To It.)
ALL OUR OFT DRINKS ARE5AFE
BEQAUfeE WE DONT CARRY ANY!
THEY ACE ARTIFICIALLY COLOR
ED, ARTIFICIALLY FLAVORED
AND SOME CONTAIN THE HAB-IT-FORPIING
GINGER ALE CONTAINING cAP
eicun is barred also.
NO BEVERAGE CONTAIMINS SACCH
ARIN CAN GET in HERE.
Would you give caffein to your horse, or your 'dog? Then
iwhy swallow it yourself or give it to your children? That's what
you do when you use some of the popular soft drinks. And mor
phine ,sulphate is poison when taken in a soft drink, just as mucli
as any other time.
Coal tar dyes and ether flavors will deceive the eye, the nose,
the tongue but they never deceive the stomach though thy may
.wreck that useful physical organ.
All ye members of the family
of frog who take hot water bot
ties to bed with you these cold
nights, list to this story:
Mrs. Sadie Schulpolski of Chi
cago tucked a hot water bottle in
the bottom of her bed, slipped in,
laid her frigid tootsies against it
and went to sleep.
But she woke up quick, with a
scream. The bottle burst and she
is now nursing seriously burned
feet and legs.