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The Yellow Centaur LitAimetit
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It U a mi.stake 10 ippote that Castoria Is
not adapted to fciowu penocs as well a
CblMrtn. They only need to increae tbe
rjuatitlty. But ebl.dren have so many com
tiainu (or which t.aatoria is adapt! like
inj cone, rour stomach, w onus. I ctter,
'1 tethiriif and Croup, that it is especially
ppfimmiriilil fnr lit in
It effects are more certain tnan Castor
Oil. It contains no alcbohol and is as pleas-
aoi lotaKe a- noney. 11 never gripe.-, vy
regulating the stomaeh and bowels the Cas
toria cools tbe blood, expels worm and
prevents fevcrisbiiess, quiets the nerves and
produces health then of coure children
can sle.p in quiet and mothers can rest.
Castoria is recommended by all physicians
anl nur-es who have tried it, and it is hav
ing a rapidly increasing sale, it l prepared
witn ireat care auer ine recipe oi nr. Sam
uel I'ncher, of Mass., at the Laboratory ol
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