The Kansas City Medical Index-lancet, Volume 13, Issue 4

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Page 92 - McArthur conveys to the tissues the revivifying and vitalizing agent phosphorous in its most oxidizable and assimilable form. Thus the true vitality of the nerve structure is restored by renewing the nutrition of the tissues themselves. TKRRALINE IN LA GRIPPE. — I read with unusual interest an article on "Some Experiments with Terraline...
Page 106 - HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE Recommended as a restorative in all cases where the nervous system has been reduced below the normal standard, by overwork, as found in brain- workers, professional men, teachers, students, etc.; in debility from seminal losses, dyspepsia of nervous origin, insomnia where the nervous system suffers.
Page 116 - JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PHILADELPHIA. — The Board of Trustees and the Faculty of the Jefferson Medical College have just completed the purchase of two large lots on Broad street, giving them a frontage of about 300 feet...
Page 106 - Is sold only In 4-oz., 8-oz., and 16-oz. bottles, bearing a blue label, white letters, red and gold border, with his signature. Never sold in bulk. PHYSICIANS WILLING TO PAY EXPRESS CHARGES WILL RECEIVE FREE SAMPLES ON APPLICATION. PREPARED ONLY BY GLTCOZONE CURES DISEASES OF THE STOMACH. ' Mention this publication. Chemist and Graduate of the " Ecote Cmtralt da Artę el Manufacture* til Parii " (France), SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS.

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