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Always the sam. A standard of antiseptic worth.

Listerine.

LISTERINE is a non-toxic, non-irritating and non-escharotic antiseptic, com

posed of ozoniferous essences, vegetable antiseptics and benzo-boracic

acid. LISTERINE is to make and maintain surgical cleanliness in the antiseptic

and prophylactic treatment and care of all parts of the human body. LISTERINE is invaluable in obstetrics and gynæcology as a general cleans

ing, prophylactic, or antiseptic agent. LISTERINE is useful in the treatment of the infectious maladies which are

attended by inflammation of accessible surfaces -as diphtheria, scarlet

fever and pertussis. LISTERINE diluted with water or glycerine speedily relieves certain fer

mentative forms of indigestion LISTERINE is indispensable for the preservation of the teeth, and for main

taining the mucous membrane of the mouth in a healthy condition. LISTERINE is of accurately determined and uniform antiseptic power, and

of positive originality.
LISTERINE is kept in stock by all worthy pharmacists everywhere.

Lambert's Lithiated Hydrangea.

A valuable repal alterative and antilithic agent of marked service in the treatment of Cystitis, Gout, Rheumatism, and diseases of the Uric Diathesis

generally LITERATURE UPON APPLICATION.

Lambert Pharmacal Co., St. Louis.

Special Offer in Centrifuges.

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I have arranged with the manufacturers for a limited stock of Stewart Jr” Centrifuges which I am able to offer at a very much lower price than ever before. Every physician has use for a centrifuge, and none better than the "Stewart Jr." can be obtained—for Chemical Milk, and Urinary Analysis.

The supply is limited, but while it lasts

Stewart Jr." Centrifuges
Reduced from $12. to $7.50

Write for Desoriptiva Pamphlet 330, and order IMMEDIATELY,

If you want up-to-date X-Ray Apparatus write me about it,

JAMES G. BIDDLE, 910 DREXEL BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA.

Biddle's Bulletin, 50 cents per year. Sample copy tree. lovestigate it.

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Lactopeptine in

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todo digests the protids. It is thereforá indicated in all cases abuormal digestion, intestinal as well as storiachie The ny. Pharmacallaa!

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while Pepsin only

N. W. Cor. Troost Ave., and Tenth St., KANSAS CITY, MO.

FACULTY.
ALTON H. THOMPSON, D.D.S., President,
W.T. STARK, D. D. 8. Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry.
O. L. HUNGER FORD, D. D. S., Professor of Operativo Dentistry.
J. D. PATTERSON, D.D.S., Professor of Dental Pathology.
A. H, THOMPSON. D. D. S., Professor of Dental Anatomy,

F. W. RATHBONE, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica.
J.D. GRIFFITH, M. D., Professor of Clinical and Oral Surgery.
WALTERS WHEELER, BUS M. D., Professor of General and Descriptive Anatomy.

ROBERT T. SLOAN, A. M., M. D., Professor of Physiology and Histolog.

8. H. RAGAN, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
W.L. CAMPBELL, D. D. 8., Assistant to the Chair of Prosthetio Dentistry
DR. J. G. HOLLINGSWORTH, Resident Domonstrator.
QEO. F. HAUSER, D. D. 8., Instructor in Technics.

CLINICAL DEMONSTRATORS. DR. R. R. BUCHANAN,

DR. C. E. ESTERLY,

DR. J. P. ROOT, DR. L. C. WASSON,

DR. F. O. HETTRICK.

DR. S. B PREVOST, DR. W. H. SHULZE,

DR.J.M, AUSTIN,

DR. JEROME STUART. Dz. A. J. MoDONALD,

FEES. Matriculation (paid but once)...............$ 6.00 Tuition, (including dissection)... $100.00 Diploma

20.00 For further particulars, address, The Annual Sossions of this Sohool Commonco on tho J. D. PATTERSON. D. D. S.; SEC. First Day of October and oontinuo for six months. Koith & Porry Building, Kansas City, Mo.

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Constipation is the “bete noir" of the home; regarded by physicians as being probably the most potent factor in causing and inviting other diseases. A remedy which will help the doctor to educate the members of the families under his care, in the direction of a regular habit as regards the evacuation of the bowels, is desirable. “Syrup of Figs," as furnished to the medical profession and to the public, seems to the practising physician to be almost an ideal domestic or faraily laxative.

The California Fig Syrup Co. have frankly announced that their product, “Syrup of Figs,” has, as its most energetic laxative agent, the active principle of Alexandria senna, which is the best senna in the world. “Syrup of Figs” is simple, safe, and reliable as a laxative; does not irritate or debilitate, does not disturb digestion, and favors the regularity of habit, so much to be desired.

It is particularly to be recommended for ladies and children, although helpful in all cases where a laxative is indicated.

SPECIAL INVESTIGATION IS EARNESTLY KVITED.
“Syrup of Figs" is never sold in bulk. It retails at fifty cents a bottle,
and the name of "Syrup of Figs," as well as the name of the “California

Fig Syrup Co.," is printed on the wrappers and labels of every bottle.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO., SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.; LOUISVILLE, Ky.; New York, N.Y.

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