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that of the bromides; it is certainly a more if you would furnish the FERROLEUM I would desirable one, physiologically, for the rea-' give it a fair trial and let you know the reson that Gray's Tonic never induces un sult. I never dreamed at that time .how pleasant after effects, because it contains no striking this would be. The ten patients narcotics or depressants,
selected for trial were and are all chronics, This remedy seems to rest the entire ner- their weight and physique generally had vous system; even in the temporary ex- been stationary for months or years. No haustion and nervousness of the healthy change was made in their diet or in their man, frequently resulting from a period of life in any way, I simply added FERROLEUM hard work, a tablespoonful of Gray's Tonic to whatever was being done for them. The will, in a surprisingly short time, bring idea was to test the lifting power of FERROabout a condition of restful ease and, in LEUM (if it had any) entirely alone and unmany cases, peaceful, normal sleep. Add to aided. this palliative, sedative effect the well "In this experiment twenty-five bottles known tonic-reconstructive influence of were given to ten patients, and the aggreGray's Tonic upon the processes of nutrition, gate weight of the patients was increased and what more ideal method exists for the ninety-five and a half pounds. up-building of the debilitated, the exhausted, "If these patients had been convalescing the convalescent?
from an acute disease, we should not be surBesides, what other remedy known rests prised at the effect produced; but considerthe nervous system without depressing it? ing all the circumstances, I think that, withGray's Tonic is the strange paradox of a out any exaggeration, it may be called exsedative tonic; its therapeutic action is to traordinary." Abstract. H. D. B. allay nervous irritability while it is carry
THE HOTEL RIDER. ing out its more important function of restoring tone to the system.
For many reasons the Hotel Rider, CamGray's Glycerine Tonic Comp. owes its
bridge Springs, Pa., commands more than distinctive value to the proportion of the
ordinary attention. It is an extraordinary contained ingredients and their manner of
hotel, in an extraordinary location. There combination. All imitations lack these
is nothing exactly like it in this country; characteristics of the original and are con
nothing with which it can well be compared. sequently of inferior value.-Abstract. H.
Seen from a distance it looks like some D. B.
grand fortress, with imposing towers and
battlements commanding and protecting the CZARNECKI SAYS (BERLINER KL. little city which lies at its feet. Worchenschr) that a young girl inserted a No adequate idea can be given either by metal box 10x4 Cc. in size, into her vagina pen or camera of its superbly beautiful during her first menstruation to check the situation overlooking for many miles the flow. She could not remove the box and ac- valley of the historic Venango, the pleasant quainted no one of its presence, not even her city of Cambridge and innumerable homehusband. She subsequently aborted and the steads, farms, meadows, orchards and woodbox slipped into the uterus. She again be- lands-in all, a most lovely landscape seen came pregnant and before the delivery of through as pure and vitalizing an atmosthe child could be accomplished the box had phere as is to be found in North America. to be removed with forceps. The box had. It is a hotel of stone and brick, with terra remained in the vagina for thirteen years, cotta roofing, built to accommodate at least and eighteen months in the uterus without 600 guests, not merely with a place to eat giving rise to any disturbance or inconven and drink and sleep, but to live-in the true ience.
sense of the word-live and enjoy life to
the fullest extent. While, of course, there FERROLEUM AS A LIFTING POWER. are larger hotels in the world and a few
A very interesting test was made a short more richly and expensively furnished, it is time ago at the London Asylum for the In- safe to say that there is none anywhere betsane by the Medical Superintendent, Dr. R. ter adapted and equipped, summer and winM. Bucke, the result of which is best ter, for the health, comfort, safety and gendescribed in his own words:
uine enjoyment of its guests than the Hote! "When I saw you last fall I told you that Rider.-H. D. B.
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Rochester, Pa., Jan. 30th, 1902. thin layer of absorbent cotton may be ap- My Dear Doctor:plied dry, over this a layer of impervious Received the pen and thermometer yestissue, then as much cotton as is required, terday. They are all right and I wish to and over this a loose bandage. At subse- thank you for the same. They are exceptionquent dressings all may be removed except ally fine premiums, ing the dressing next to the skin which may
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