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Page 8 - PRUNOIDS AN IDEAL PURGATIVE MINUS CATHARTIC INIQUITIES A real advance in the therapy of intestinal constipation. SENG A STIMULATOR OF DIGESTIVE PROCESSES Used alone or as a vehicle to augment and aid the natural functions of digestion. CACTINA FILLETS CEREUS GRANDIFLORUS IN ITS MOST EFFICIENT FORM A persuasive Heart Tonic to improve Cardiac nutrition.
Page 115 - In a Pleasant Aromatic Vehicle. A Vitalizing Tonic to the Reproductive System. SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN PROSTATIC TROUBLES OF OLD MEN-IRRITABLE BLADDERCYSTITIS URETHRITIS PRE-SEN I LITY.
Page 128 - With each succeeding visitation of this trouble we have found it more and more necessary to watch out for the disease in disguise, and to treat these abnormal manifestations; consequently we have relied upon mild nerve sedatives, anodynes and tonics rather than upon any specific line of treatment.
Page 14 - Senna," so that its full title now is " Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna." It is the same pleasant, gentle laxative, however, which for many years past physicians have entrusted to domestic use because of its non-irritant and nondebilitating; character, its wide range of usefulness and its freedom from every objectionable quality.
Page 122 - Co., to whose advertisement (on page ii) we refer our readers, have placed upon the market a much improved form of this compound, "Robinson's Phosphoric Elixir.
Page 116 - ... years ago, in the gradual development of our scientific staff, we secured the services of Professor Wilbur L. Scoville, a pharmacist well known to the country and a man preeminent in the field of what has been termed pharmaceutical elegance. Professor Scoville may well be considered an artist in questions concerning odor, flavor and appearance of galenicals. The first task assigned to Professor Scoville was to go systematically and patiently through our entire line of elixirs — regardless of...
Page 113 - CRAY'S GlycerineTonic Comp. its well known therapeutic efficiency in affections of the respiratory tract — chronic bronchitis, incipient tuberculosis, asthma, laryngitis and catarrhal diseases in general.
Page 16 - ... and throat. In proper dilution, Listerine may be freely and continuously used without prejudicial effect, either by injection or spray, in all the natural cavities of the body. Administered internally, Listerine is promptly effective in arresting the excessive fermentation of the contents of the stomach. In the treatment of summer complaints of infants and children, Listerine is extensively prescribed in doses of 10 drops to a teaspoonful. In febrile conditions, nothing is comparable to Listerine...