New York Lancet: With which is Incorporated the Archives of Gynecology, Obstetrics, and Pediatrics, Issue 1

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J.B. Flint, 1898
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Page 7 - York. IMPERIAL GRANUM is acceptable to the palate and also to the most delicate stomach at all periods of life.
Page 4 - Catharsis ; does not purge, per se, but under its use the Liver and Bowels gradually resume their normal functions. DOSE.— One Fluid Drachm three times a day.
Page 45 - Hydrozone is put up only in extra small, small, medium and large size bottles bearing a red label, white letters, gold and blue border with my signature.
Page 45 - IS THE MOST POWERFUL ANTISEPTIC AND PUS DESTROYER. HARMLESS STIMULANT TO HEALTHY GRANULATIONS. GLYCOZONE (CP Glycerine combined with Ozone) IS THE MOST POWERFUL HEALING AGENT KNOWN. These remedies cure all diseases caused by Germs.
Page 47 - Physicians' use only. Contains the Anodyne and Soporific Alkaloids, Codeia, Narceia, and Morphia. Excludes the Poisonous and Convulsive Alkaloids, Thebaine, Narcotine and Papaverine. has been in steadily increasing use for over twenty years and whenever used has given great satisfaction. To Physicians Of repute, not already acquainted with its merits, samples will be mailed on application.
Page 7 - North American Practitioner, Chicago, Ills. It has acquired a high reputation, and is adapted to children as well as adults — in fact, we have used it successfully with children from birth.
Page 48 - In pulmonary diseases this combination is worthy of trial. It is a sedative to the respiratory centers in both acute and chronic disorders of the lungs. Cough in the vast majority of cases is promptly and lastingly decreased and often entirely suppressed. In diseases of the respiratory...
Page 7 - It is not a stimulant nor a chemical preparation; but a PURE, unsweetened FOOD carefully prepared from the finest growths of wheat, ON WHICH PHYSICIANS CAN DEPEND in FEVERS and in all gastric and enteric diseases. It is easily digested, nourishing and strengthening, assists nature, never interferes with the action of the medicines prescribed, and IS OFTEN THE ONLY FOOD THE STOMACH CAN RETAIN.

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