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A man is as old as his Arteries
ISORDERED or perverted digestion, leading to im-
bolic products, is a factor in producing "old" arteries,
LACTOPEPTINE (N.Y.P.A.) assists proteolytic action, corrects achylia, exerts a stimulating and activating influence upon gland secretion, increases peptogenic function and thus promotes food absorption and assimilation.
Lactopeptine represents a combination of digestive and enzymogenic agents, also Lactic and Hydrochloric Acids, in proper proportion to secure results.
Indicated in all disorders arising from imperfect or perverted digest. ion, whenever a physiological aid is required to increase digestive power. DOSE--Powder, 20 grs. Tyblets, 2 to 4. Elixir, 1 tablespoonful 3 or 4 times a day.
The New York Pharmacal Association. Yonkers, N. Y.
There are just two things about cod liver oll-goodness and grease. It used to be thought that you couldn't get the goodness without the grease. That's wrong. The goodness Isn't the grease. It is no more necessary to swallow the nauseous grease of cod liver oil to get the valuable principles, than it is to eat the shell of an egg to get the meat. Right there you have the whole secret of the incalculable value of
In extracting the valuable properties from the grease, nothing is lost in the process; you get all that cod liver oil is famed for, joined with the hypophosphites of lime and soda in a pleasant cordial, without a trace of the dreaded taste. No grease-no fishy odor.
PRESCRIBECORD. EXT. OL.MORRHUAE COMP. (HAGEE and judge of the merits by results.
Put up in 16-oz. bottles only.
Katharmon Chemical Co. ST. LOUIS. MO.
THE CHAUTAUQUA SCHOOL OF NURSING, Jamestown, N.Y.
This school gives instruction in the practical application of the art of nursing. These women have first mastered, by home study, a course of weekly instruction, the preparation of which has enlisted an expenditure of time and money never before devoted to a similar work, and have then applied their practical instruction in actual contact with cases under the physician's directions.
It is not our claim that this institution can ever supersede the work of the hospital training school, or that our students are able to enter the profession on equal footing with the nurse of hospital training. On the other hand, only one nurse in ten of those professionally practicing at the present time had hospital training (U. S. census). It was with the belief that the standard of this large body of women could be raised by a course of systematic study, that this school was instituted.
A well taught nurse cap most ably supplement the efforts of the physician, and we appeal to the latter that he may inform himself of the practical value of the work conducted by this school.
Complete particulars and a synopsis of our courses will be mailed to physicians upon application.
in a Pleasant Aromatic Vehicle
SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN
DOSE:-One Teaspoonful Four Times a Day.
OD CHEM, CO., NEW YORK.
A Perfected Food
THE profession largely agree now that BOVININE as a
food and tonic is highly indicated in typhoid fever, diphtheria, consumption, bronchitis, pneumonia, and all wasting diseases and for feeble infants, nursing mothers, nervous prostration, overwork, general debility, etc.
Because in disease ordinary foods are not assimilated, and mal-nutrition is the result of their use. BOVININE supplies every element of nutrition ready for assimilation producing no gastro-intestinal disturbance.
THE BOVININE COMPANY
78 West Houston St., Now York City
(Consolidation in 1898 of the Atlanta Medical and Southern Medical Colleges.)
A. W. CALHOUN, M. D., LL. D., President. WM. PERRIN NICOLSON, M, D.
JAMES B. BAIRD, M. D. J.S. TODD, M. D.
CHARLES G. GIDDINGS, M, D. WM. SIMPSON ELKIN. A. B., M. D., Dean. WM.S GOLDSMITH, M. D. LOUIS H. JONES, A. M., M. D.
CYRUS W. STRICKLER, M. D. W. F. WESTMORELAND, M. D.
E BATES BLOCK, M. D. FLOYD WILCOX MORAE, M. D.
BERNARD WOLFF, M. D, J. CLARENCE JOHNSON, M. D.
MICRAEL HOKE, M. D. H. F. HARRIS, M.D.
8. T. BARNETT, A.B.M.D., Regis. DUNBAR ROY. M. D.
CHARLES E. BOYNTON, A. B., M. D.
G. O. MIZELL, M.D.
The fifty-third annual session of the Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons begins October 1, 1907.
With a corps of forty professors and instructors this institution stands second to no medical school in the country, and an honor to the profession and he State of Georgia. The public will no longer accept the services of an incompetent physician; he must be a man trained in all the branches of medical science, and such a man can only be trained in a school fully equipped in every department.
We are pleased to state that Mr. Andrew Carnegie has given the institution $25,000.00. and that the Board of Trustees have set asido a building to be known as the Carnegie Pathological Institute, which building contains the Pathological, Bacteriological and Histological Laboratories, each equipped with an ample number of microscopes, together with all the modern apparatus and appliances for the cultivation of pathogenic organism, The students are encouraged to do work in this department.
Four years are required, the last of which is devoted largely to clinical and practical work.
Our students have access to the Grady Ho pital and all the principal hospitals and infirmaries in the city. Our new and commodious building has been completed and thoroughly equipped throughout. It contains two large reception rooms for patients, two clinical laboratory rooms, ten examination rooms. modern sterilizing and operating room, a large amphitheatre, four lecture rooms, two class rooms, the chemical and physiological laboratories the museum, the dispensary, a reading room, a locker room for the students' hats and coats, the offices of the Dean and Clerk, and private rooms for the various professors. Another feature of the new building is a large gymnasium, recently equipped, in which organized classes will be taught the use and application of exercises for various diseases. For a catalogue, or information concerning the College, address
WILLIAM SIMPSON ELKIN, M.D., Dean,
Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons, Atlanta, Ga.
Southwestern University Medical College. .
Medical and Pharmaceutical Departments Southwestern University,
Member of Association of Southern Medical Colleges.
R. W. ALLEN, A. B., M. D.,
JNO. O. McREYNOLDS, Emeritus Professor Diseases of the Chest.
M. S., M. D., LL. D.,
Professor of Ophthalmology.
DERO E. SEAY, M. D.,
Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology.
J. S. ABBOTT, A. M..
Professor of Chemistry.
E. H. GOLAZ, A. B., B. S.,
Professor of Materia Medica and
H. G. WALCOTT, M. D.. Professor of_Skin, Genito-Urinary and Professor of Diseases of the Stomach Rectal Diseases.
and Intestines. J. W. BOURLAND, A. B., M. D.,
W. R. BLAILOCK, M, D.,
Professor of Orthopoedic Surgery, Frac-
tures and Dislocations. Professor of Gynecology.
W. L. ALLISON, M. D., SCURRY L. TERRELL, A. B., M. D., Professor of Pathology and Nervous and Professor of Otology.
Mental Diseases. Lecturers and Clinical Instructors. 0. L. WILLIAMS, M. D. I. S. KAHN, A. B., M. D. E. S. GORDON, M. D. J. M. COBLE, M. D.
R. R. JACKSON, M, D. W. T. WHITE, M. D. B. KIXSELL, M. D.
C. R. HANNAH, M. D. O. M. MARCHMAN, M.P. HON. R. C. PORTER, J. H. BLACK, M. D. C. T. MEDLOCK, Ph. G.
Hospitals Used for Clinical Instruction. St. Paul's Sanitarium, City Hospital, Children's Hospital, Mission Home, Woman's Home, St. Joseph's Orphanage, St. Matthews' Home for Children, Dr. H. K. Leake's Private Intirmary, Out-Door Clinic of the Settlement Home, Presbyterian Home for Children, Texas Baptist Memorial Sanitarium.
Four Years' Graded Course.
Fifth Session Opens October 2nd, 1907.
For further information, addres
Dr. Jno. 0. McReynolds, Dean,
Wilson Building, DALLAS, TEXAS.