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Convalescent woman being served Postum by her maid; only if she avoids coffee can she ever hope to recover. Among the most harmful of wrong habits is coffee-drinking. Coffee may agree with some persons for a time. To others it is a definite poison, and its daily blows impair health--sometimes beyond repair. Take that, Starbucks. Published in the July, 1915 issue of HEARST'S MAGAZINE.



Source: Charles Perrien

Restoration by: Charles Perrien