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Alphabetical List of Advertisers in the Texas Medical News for September.
PAGE Abbott Alkaloidal Co, Chicago, Ill.. ΧΧΧνί Anasarcin Chemical Co., Winchester, Tenn......
yrii Angier Chemical Company, Boston, Mass. xiii Antikamnia Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo. xix Antiphlogistine, Denver Chemical Mig. Co., NY .....
iii Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons, Atlanta, Ga...
ir Battle & Co., ('hemists, St. Louis, Mo... Beechhurst Sanitarium, Louisville, Ky.... XXIV Bovinine Co., New York City, N. Y....
ix Breitenbach, M.J., Co., New York, N. Y. XV Bristol-Myers Co, Chemists, New York... Xxx Brush, Oliver, Electrician, Austin, Tex. xxix California Fig Syrup Co., San Francisco, Campho-Phenique Co. St. Louis, Mo..
V Chatauqua School of Nursing, Jamestown, N. Y..
viii Cary, Dr. Edward H., Dallas, Texas..
XXIX Chicago Leather Goods Co., Chicago, Ill..
xxvi Chicago Policlinic and Hospital, Chicago. Xxix Cincinnati Sanitarium, Cincinnati, Ohio.. vi College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dallas, Texas
xxvi Columbus Aseptic Furniture Co. Columbus, Ohio
XXV Cooper Medical College, San Francisco, California...
1 Cornick, Dr. Boyd, San Angelo, Texas... xxix Cyrtogen Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo... Xxxvii Dahlich. C. H., Furniture, Austin, Texas.
xxii Dawsou Pharmacal Co., Dawson Springs, Ky..
XXxly Dorbandt's Sanitarium, Lampadas, Tex.. xix Draughon's Business College, Nashville. Tenn
xxviii Eastland, J. H., M. D., Mineral Wells, Texas
xxix Fairchild Brothers & Foster, New York, N. Y...
18t Cover Page. Fellows Mfg. Co., New York, N. Y..
3rd Cover Page. Flavell, G. W., & Brother, Philadelphia, Ра.
xiv Fougera, E. & Co., New York Insert. Hadra. Dr. Frederick, San Antonio, Tex.. Xrix Harvey, G.F. & Co., Manufacturing Chem
ists, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. H. & T. C. R. R., M. L. Robbins, G P. A., Houston, Texas
xviii I. & G. V. R. R., P. J. Lawless, T. A.,
viii Kregs & Owen Company, New York. Lambert Pharm. Co., St. Louis, Mo.
xvi Locke Manufacturing Co
xxvii Lovd. J.Q, Chemical Company. St. Louis, Missouri...
xvii Lynnhurst sanitarium, Chattanooga, Tenn
xlii Marchand, Charles, New York. N Y.
xvi Mariani & Company, New York, N. Y xiii Medical Department Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans, La
xviii Medico-chirurgical College, Philadel. phia, Penn....
PAGR Mellin's Food Company, Boston, Mass.. xvii Mellier Drug Company, St Louis, Mo.. vi Mills, J. G., M.D., Marlin, Texas.
iv Moody's Dr., Sanitarium, San Antonio, Texas.
iv Mosby Med. Book Co., St. Louis, Mo...... Moss, Robt. E, M. D., San Antonio, Tex.. Xrix Mulford. H K., Company, Philadelphia. XXVI New York Pharmaceutical Co., Bedford Springs, Mass.
IV New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, New York, N. Y..
XXX Oakland Chemical Co., New York, N. Y. xiv Od Chemical Company, New York, N, Y.. viii Oliver Typewriter Co., Chicago, Il... xxxi . Palisade Mfg. Co., Yonkers, N. Y.
vii Parke, Davis & Company, Detroit Michigan
4th Cover Page. Park View Sanitarium. New York.. xxxiii Parmele Pharmacal Co., N. Y...
2nd Cover Page
xxxiii Punton Sanitarium, Kansas City, MO .... Xxxviii Purdue Frederick Company, New York.. Ralph's Sanitarium, Kansas City Mo..
XXV Ransom's Sanitarium, Rockford. ill... xxxviii Rio Chemical Company. N. Y.
xxxiii Rudolph's Maternity Home, Nashville, Tenn...
xxxiii Shakers' Society, Mount Lebanon, New York...
vi Sharp & Dohme, Chemists, New York
and Baltimore. Ahelmire, Dr J. B., Dallas, Texas.
xxix Shelton Electric Co, Chicago, III.
xxxvi Smith. Dr. M. M..
xxix Smith, Martin H., New York..
XXXV Southwestern University Medical Col
lege, Dallas, Texas
xxxii Texas School for Tmbeciles and Defectives, Austin, Texa".....
xxxiii Texas & Pacific RR.. Co., E. P. Turner, G. P. & T. A., Dallas, Texas..
xxvii Texas Sanitarium for Tuberculosis, Llano Texas.,
Xxxvi Tilden Company. New Lebanon N. Y xxvii Torbett, Dr. J. Walter, Marlin Texas Tyree, J. S., Chemist, WA lington, DC. xiii University of Nashville, Medical D:part. ment, Nashville, Tenn.
Xxxviii Wadsworth Sanitarium, South Norwalk, Conn
xxix Walcott, Dr. H.G.. Dallas Teras
xxix Waukesha Springs Sanitarium, Wauke .ha, Wis.
IIxii Wheeler, T. B., Montreal, P.Q, Canada... xxvii Wylie, Charles, Manufacturing Chemists.
New York.. ......2nd Cover Page.
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A NUTRIENT TONIC WINE OF IMPORTED, FRENCH BORDEAUX, WITH A SPECIAL PROCESSING OF LEAVES OF ERYTHROXYLON COCA, PREPARED AND BOTTLED AT OUR NEW YORK LABORATORY FROM THE ORIGINAL FORMULA AS FIRST INTRODUCED BY ANGELO MARIANI, PARIS, FRANCE, NEARLY A HALF CENTURY AGO.
WE HAVE ALWAYS EMPHASIZED OUR USE OF COCA LEAVES SELECTED FOR AROMATIC AND MEDICINAL QUALITIES, AND AS EVEN THE NEGLIGIBLE CONTENT OF ALKALOID, INCIDENTAL TO SUCH LEAVES, IS NOT ESSENTIAL TO OUR FORMULA, OUR PROCESSING NOW ENTIRELY ELIMINATES EVERY TRACE OF COCAINE FROM THIS PREPARATION.
VIN MARIANI IS NO GUARANTEED ON TAE LABEL UPON EACA BOTTLE ISSUED
The increasing disposition on the part of the medical profession to
of this analysis: W. W. GRAY, M. D.,
Pathologist Providence Hospital, Microscopist Army Med. Museum, says: I beg to state that the bacteriological and comparative tests made by me of Tyree's Antiseptic Powder were made from a sealed package of the product purchased in the open market.
The results of these experiments show that the prominence given this compound is well founded, for the preparation responds to all the requirements of a first class antiseptic and germicide, with practically no toxicity, which is certainly an advantage over the standard antiseptice, such as mercuric bichloride, carbolic acid and formaldehyde.
After a thorough investigation of Tyree's Antiseptic Powder, I conclude that its efficiency must be due to the exceptional purity of its ingredients, together with its well balanced chemical adjustment and the method of manufacture. My experience with this com pound warrants me in believing that it is a most valuable and useful one.
My procedure in making the bacteriological tests of this pnwder, and of the three selected standard germicides, was as follows: Three different strength solutions of the powder, 1 per cent. 2 per cent, 5 per cent, were made up in sterile distilled water; at the same time solutions of mercuric bichloride 1.1000. carbolic acid 5 per cent and formaldehyde 5 per cent were prepared in same manner. To 5 c. c. of each of these different solutions in tubes was added two drops of a 24-hour old culture of a pus producing organism, staphylococcus pyogenes aureus, and to another set of tubes the same quantity of a spore producing organism, the bacillus anthracis, at periods varying from one minute to thirty minutes, inoculations from these contaminated solutions were made into sterile bouillon tubes; these inoculated bouillon lubes were then placed in an incubator for 48 hours, at the end of which time the results were noted in the following tables
These experiments were duplicated three times, with practically no variation.
From the foregoing. it will be seen that even a 2 per cent solution is equal in germicidal potency to mercuric bichloride, 1-1000, and greatly superior to carbolic acid 5 per cent, and formaldehyde 5 per cent. Repeated tests demonstrate conclusively that a 2 per cent solution of Tyree's Antireptic Powder is as germicidal in action as one of 5 per cent. Tables of this analysis of TYREE'S ANTISEPTIC POWDER with clinical comments and a sample of the product supplied
the profession upon application to
J, S. TYREE,
Washington, D. C.
THE OAKLAND CHEMICAL CO.NET
Flavell's Elastic Trusses. Abdominal Supporter. .
Send for Complete Catalogue.
on line of Rupture.. FLAVELL'S UTERINE SUPPORTER.
Can be worn day and night,
DOUBLE TRUSS Adults
$3.75 Thread Elastic
Net Price to Physicians.
each each each H
A to E $2.62 $2.25 $1.50
A to I 6.00 5,62 4.50
C to E 1.87 1.50 1.12 F
E to G 1.87
1.50 1.12 E
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receipt of price.
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Net Price to Physicians
$2.00 1005 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, Pa.
We Solicit the Physician's Patronage Direct.
G. W. FLAVELL & BRO.
BACTERIOLOGICAL WALL CHART FOR THE PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE. One of our scientific, and artistically produced, bacteriological charts, in colors, exhibiting 60 different pathogenic micro-organisms will be mailed free to any regular medical practitioner upon request, mentioning this journal.
This chart has received the highest praise from leading bacteriologists and pathologists, in this and other count not only for its scientific accuracy, but for the artistic and skillful manner in which it has been executed. It exhibits more illustratiors of the different micro-organisms than can be found in any one text-book published.
M. J. BREITENBACH CO. New York.
The original antiseptic compound (: o Awarded Gold Medal (Highest Award) Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition, Portland, 1905; Awarded Gold Medal (Highest Arard)
Listerine represents the maximum of antiseptic strength in the relation that it is the beast harmful to the human organism in the quantity required to produce the desired result; as such, it is generally accepted as the standard antiseptic preparation for general use, especially for those purposes where a poisonous or corrosive disinfectant can not be used with safety. It has won the confidence of medical men by reason of the standard of excellence (both as regards antiseptic strength and pharmaceutical elegance), which has been so strictly observed in its manufacture during the many years it has been at their command.
The success of Listerine is based upon merit
Lambert Pharmacal Company
St. Louis, U. S. A.
treatment of Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Chest.Open Sores.-Skin Diseases. Inflammatory and Purulent Dis. eases of the Ear.—Diseases of the Genito Urinary Organs.-Inflammatory and Contagious Diseases of the Eyes, etc.
In order to prove the efficiency of HYDROZONE, I will send a 250. bottle free to any Physician upon receipt of roc. to pay forwarding charges.
Note.-A copy of the 18th edition of my book of 340 pages, on the “Rational Treatment of Diseases Characterized by the Presence of Pathogenic Germs,” containing reprints of
see 210 unsolicited clinical reports, by leading contributors to Chemist and Graduate of the "Ecole Centrale des Medical Literature, will be sent free to Physicians mention
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