Western Medical Times, Volume 41, Issue 9

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George Lee Servoss
1922 - Medicine
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Page 250 - Ergoapiol (Smith) exerts a pronounced analgesic nnd sedative effect upon the entire reproductive system its use Is not attended with the objectionable by-effects associated with anodyne or narcotic drugs. The unvariable certainty, agreeableness and singular promptness with which Ergoapiol (Smith...
Page 285 - I cannot say that I am in the slightest degree impressed by your bigness, or your material resources, as such. Size is not grandeur, and territory does not make a nation. The great issue, about which hangs a true sublimity, and the terror of overhanging fate, is what are you going to do with all these things?
Page 282 - Truth for us is simply a collective name for verification-processes, just as health, wealth, strength, etc., are names for other processes connected with life, and also pursued because it pays to pursue them. Truth is made, just as health, wealth and strength are made, in the course of experience.
Page 253 - Sarsaparilla, Salicylates of the Alkalies, Iodide of Potassa and other well known remedies, combined in such a manner that it is tolerated by all patients suffering from Rheumatism, Gout, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Sciatica, etc. Prescribe It for "That Stubborn Cue...
Page 282 - It is quite evident that our obligation to acknowledge truth, so far from being unconditional, is tremendously conditioned. Truth with a big T, and in the singular, claims abstractly to be recognized, of course; but concrete truths in the plural need be recognized only when their recognition is expedient.
Page 261 - Special Report of the Committee on local anesthesia of the section on Ophthalmology of the American Medical Association...
Page 262 - Stimulates weakened organs 2. Supplies nutriment to depressed tissues 3. Improves quality of the blood 4. Imparts tone to the nervous system 5. Restores vigor and strength to the whole body To sum it up, Gray's Glycerine Tonic Comp. converts the patient's debility into healthful activity, and often does this when other restoratives are ineffective or not well tolerated. THE PURDUE FREDERICK CO., 135 Christopher St., New York fYOMBINES the delightful qualities of effervescence with II the well-known...
Page 282 - Truths emerge from facts; but they dip forward into facts again and add to them; which facts again create or reveal new truth (the word is indifferent) and so on indefinitely. The 'facts' themselves meanwhile are not true.
Page 257 - PEACOCK'S BROMIDES that this dependable combination of the five bromides should always be used before resorting to other pain-relieving measures, particularly the cold tar products and the narcotics. The results are almost invariably entirely satisfactory, but what is of especial importance, they are free from cardiac depression, or the dangers of creating a drug habit. Billiousness- Jaundice Auto- Intoxication call for cholagogue action, and the efficiency of CHIONIA in this direction makes it one...
Page 285 - ... as population thickens in your great cities, and the pressure of want is felt, the gaunt spectre of pauperism will stalk among you, and communism and socialism will claim to be heard.

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