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Page 43 - It stimulates liver, tones intestinal glands, purifies alimentary tract, improves digestion, assimilation and metabolism. Especially valuable in rheumatism, gout, bilious attacks, constipation. Most efficient in eliminating toxic products from intestinal tract or blood, and correcting vicious or impaired functions. Write for free samples.
Page 101 - The Physician of Many Years' Experience Knows that, TO OBTAIN IMMEDIATE RESULTS there is no remedy like Syr. Hypophos. Co., Fellows Many MEDICAL JOURNALS specifically mention this Preparation as being of Sterling worth TRY IT AND PROVE THESE FACTS SPECIAL NOTE.— Fellows' Syrup is never sold in bulk It can be obtained of Chemists and Pharmacists everywhere.
Page 95 - Tablets and I have taken them regularly all winter and have coughed but very little. I take one tablet every three or four hours and one on retiring.
Page 37 - Apply over the thoracic walls, front, sides and back, and cover with a cotton-lined cheesecloth jacket, as shown in the illustration. BRONCHITIS Apply over and beyond the sterno clavicular region. If a dressing is put on when symptoms of bronchial irritation first appear, a serious development may be prevented. PLEURISY Apply over and well beyond the boundaries of the inflammation.
Page 89 - FOR PHYSICIANS A New and Useful Booklet FREE. We have just issued a new Booklet for physicians' use entitled " Formulas for Infant Feeding." In it are given a number of formulas for modifying milk to suit the varying requirements of infant feeding from birth to six months of age and older. The analysis for each formula is given ; also short chapters on How to Prepare Top Milks of Different Fat Percentages from Whole Milks of Different Fat Percentages; How to Prepare Whey; etc., etc.
Page 95 - Tablets and began taking them for my cough, which had distressed me all winter, and as they gave me prompt relief, I continued taking them with good results.
Page 80 - Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 10, 1908. To the Members of the American Institute of Homeopathy : Your Executive Committee met January sixth at the office of the Secretary, five members being present and Dr. Reily being represented by a written report and proxy. The President and First Vice-President reported having visited Oklahoma City, spending Dec.
Page 43 - CordialRio through a specific sedative and anti-spasmodic action on the utero-ovarian nervous system, rapidly controls pain occurring at the menstrual period. Normal circulation in the uterine blood vessels is promptly established and a natural flow follows as a logical consequence. As used by the profession during more than a quarter century, Aletris CordialRio has proven an effective and reliable addition to the medical armamentarium for relieving — among other kindred conditions — the distress...
Page 81 - Temple" proved unavailable, except possibly for the opening session. It was found that the meetings would have to be held in different places, more or less remote from each other. It would be impossible to have all the sessions of the Institute, its bureaus and committees, the allied societies and the exhibits under one roof. The comfort of the places proposed, too, would largely depend upon the temperature and barometric conditions, said to be decidedly objectionable in summer. The usual reduced...