FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS.
"Taubenstrasse, 51, 32, Berlin, Sept. i, ifgi.
" My dear Mr. Mellin,—Allow me to enclose
a photo of my youngest son, Konrad Gilowy,
born on August 17, 1890. He has been brought
up on your excellent Children's Food from his
fourth month, and the Food has agreed so
thoroughly with this little citizen of the world
that I intend to recommend it far and wide.
Perhaps you may like to include the little man
in the children's gallery in your new catalogue,
—I am, &c. &c., • "A. Gilowy."
■ MELLIN'S FOOD BISCUITS
(Manufactured bv Carr & Co., Carlisle,
>aning, the Aged and
'j). 6d. per tin.
BREAKFAST OR SUPPER.
This sweetly scented Emollient Milk is supe¬
rior to every other preparation for rendering
SOFT, SMOOTH & WHITE.
It entirely removes and prevents all
Roughness, Redness, Sunburn, Chaps,
And all other blemishes of the Skin caused by
SUMMER'S HEAT OR WINTER'S GOLD.
It keeps the Skin Cool and Refreshed on
the Hottest Day in Summer, and Soft and
Smooth in the Coldest Winter.
<' BEETHAM'S " is the Only Genuine.
Bottles, Is., 2s. 6d., of all Chemists and Per¬
fumers. Free for 3d. extra by the Sole Makers,