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Pabst Malt Extract Paper Ad Item #17690

"Strength"

Date:
1903
Category:
Paper (Newspaper/Magazine) Ads
Grade:
Grade 7.5
Maker:
Opened:
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Description
6½ x 10 inch tall paper advertisement
SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE ADVERTISER. 1903
Pabst Malt Tonic The ?Best? Tonic
THE manner of its making gives it just the strengthening properties necessary to fortify oneself against a cold, wet spell. Hardly anyone is so constituted but that some of the time he or she does not need a bracing, palatable tonic. Even the most robust are often susceptible to the inroads of disease, owing to disregard of the well-established necessity of keeping one's physical condition up to the proper defensive standard. It is not sufficient to be strong; it is equally important to remain strong. Pabst Extract will make you strong and keep you strong.
Pabst Malt Extract is recommended by physicians, and sold by druggists. Write to Pabst Malt Extract Department, Milwaukee, Wis., for interesting booklet.
Lower right corner missing.
Price:
$5.99 

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6½ x 10 inch tall paper advertisement
SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE ADVERTISER. 1903
Pabst Malt Tonic The ?Best? Tonic
THE manner of its making gives it just the strengthening properties necessary to fortify oneself against a cold, wet spell. Hardly anyone is so constituted but that some of the time he or she does not need a bracing, palatable tonic. Even the most robust are often susceptible to the inroads of disease, owing to disregard of the well-established necessity of keeping one's physical condition up to the proper defensive standard. It is not sufficient to be strong; it is equally important to remain strong. Pabst Extract will make you strong and keep you strong.
Pabst Malt Extract is recommended by physicians, and sold by druggists. Write to Pabst Malt Extract Department, Milwaukee, Wis., for interesting booklet.
Lower right corner missing.