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Corresponding Secretary–LYDIA Ross, Watertown, Mass.

Recording Secretary-PITTS EDWIN Howes, Boston, Mass.

Treasurer-E. E. SPENCER, Cambridge, Mass.

Treasurer-A. S. HOLLINGSWORTH, Urbana. Next meeting at Indianapolis June 8.

IOWA. President-E. E. GADD, Elkhart. Vice-President-J. H. WHITE, Mt. Ayr.

Secretary-E. D. WILEY, 310 Walnut street, Des Moines.

Treasurer-B. F. GADD, Mitchellville.

Corresponding Secretary-E. H. ELLINGSEN, Calmar. Board of Censors,

—W. W. MAPLE, Des Moines ; J. H. White, Mt. Ayr; H. V. Byers, Newton.

KANSAS.
President—M. AVERILL, Barday.

Vice President-H. MICHENER, Wichita.

Secretary—E. B. PACKER, Osage City.

Treasurer-W. C. HAMILTON, Topeka.

KENTUCKY. President-G. T. FULLER, M. D., Mayfield. Vice President-J. C. MITCHELL, M.

Louisville. Treasurer-R. T. RUDD, M. D., Fulton.

Corresponding Secretary-J. M. WELLS, M. D., Vanceburg.

Recording Secretary-L. Q. Wood, M. D., Hopson.

Next meeting at Louisville, May 6th and 7th.

MAINE. President-ALGERNON FOSSETT, Portland.

Vice President-T. J. BATCHELDER, Machias.

Recording Secretary-HENRY RENY, Biddeford.

Treasurer-E. F. MARBLE, Gardiner.
Next meeting Portland, May 27–28.

MASSACHUSETTS. President- LILLIAN G. BULLOCK, Manchester, N. H.

Vice President-W. B. RUSSELL, Ipswich, Mass.

D.,

MICHIGAN. President-E. M. CONKLIN, M. D., Manchester.

Vice Presidents-J. C. BOSTICK, M. D., Benton Harbor ; L. S. WALTER, M. D., Fife Lake ; W. H. SNYDER, M. D., Hastings.

Secretary–F. B. CROWELL, M. D., Lawrence.

Treasurer-J. D. PETERS, M. D.,Grand Rapids.

Next meeting at Grand Rapids, May 13-14, 1903.

MISSOURI.
President-G. D. WALKER, Eldon.

Recording Secretary-H. H. HELBING, St. Louis.

Corresponding Secretary — W. A. Smith, St. Louis.

Treasurer-C. G. MCKINLEY, Jamesport.

MINNESOTA. President-L. A. KELLY, M. D., Winona.

First Vice President-S. E. SANDERSON, M. D., Minneota.

Second Vice President-N. AMHERST NELSON, M. D., Dawson.

Third Vice President-BENSON T. ALLEN, M. D., Minneapolis.

Recording Secretary-C. WILBOR RAY, M. D., Mountain Lake.

Corresponding Secretary-A. E. NichOLS, M. D., St. Paul.

asurer-FRANK E. BALCOME, M. D.. St. Anthony Park.

Time about May 25th. Announced later.

NEW YORK
President-W. S. Dart, Harpersfield.

First Vice President-G. A. ROWE, Buffalo.

Second Vice President-H. STROSSER, Brooklyn

Third Vice President - F. L. SINCLAIR, Oswego.

Treasurer-E. H. KING, Saratoga. Secretary-T. A. HARDY, N. Y. City.

Corresponding Secretary-G. W. BOSKOWITZ, N. Y. City. Next meeting at Albany, April 9-10.

OHIO. President-W. S. TURNER, Waynesfield.

First Vice President-W. E. Postle, Shepard P. O.

Second Vice President-A. E. BALLMER, Pandora.

Recording Secretary-W. N. MUNDY, Forest.

Corresponding Secretary – C. G. Smith, Cincinnati.

Treasurer--R. C. WINTERMUTE, Cincinnati.

OKLAHOMA. President-W. H. DAVIS, M. D., Chandler.

Vice President-D. N. MONTGOMERY, M. D., Franklin.

Secretary--E. G. SHARP, M. D., Orlando.

Treasurer-T. A. LOVE, M. D., Ripley.

Next meeting in Oklahoma City, in May.

PENNSYLVANIA. President-FRANK GROSSE, Mechanicsburg.

First Vice President-NANNIE SLOAN, Latrobe.

Second Vice President-E. F. BITTNER, Somerset.

Recording Secretary—R. E. HOLMES, Harrisburg.

Corresponding Secretary-W. O. KEPLER, Frugality.

Treasurer-J. W. LAUTHER, Somerset.

SOUTH DAKOTA. President-W. E. DANIELS, Madison.

First Vice President-A. W. Hyde, Brookings.

Second Vice President-H. S. GRAVES, Hurley.

Secretary and Treasurer-H. Z. Dean, Romona.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. President-O. C. MeLBOURNE, M. D., Los Angeles.

Vice President-E. C. BOND, M. D., Pomona.

Recording Secretary-A. O. CONRAD, M. D., Los Angeles.

Corresponding Secretary-O. C. DARLING, M, D., Riverside.

Treasurer-J. A. MUNK, M. D., Los Angeles. Next meeting at Los Angeles in June.

TEXAS. President-D. W. HOLMES, Bellevue.

First Vice President-J. Tyson, Santa Anna.

Second Vice President-W. E. BRIDGE, Gober.

Secretary-C. D. HUDSON, Waco.

Corresponding Secretaries--W. M. Tucker, Fiatonia; B. E. Duvall, McGregor ; J. A. Lanius, Bonham.

Treasurer—M. E. DANIEL, Honey Grove. Next meeting at Waco October, 1903.

TENNESSEE. President-J. P. HARVILL, M. D., Nashville.

First Vice President-J. A. D. HITE M. D., Nashville.

Second Vice President-J. S. JANES, M. D., Only.

Recording Secretary-T.. E. HALBERT, M. D., Nashville.

Corresponding Secretary-J. Q. CUMMINS, M, D., Isom.

Treasurer-GEO. M. Hite, M. D., Nashville.

WEST VIRGINIA. President-W. L. WERNER, Thomas.

Vice President-L. M. Ross, Bayesfield.

Second Vice President-W. F. Crow, Glen Easton,

Secretary and Treasurer-L. N. YORK,
Fairmount.

Corresponding Secretary–J. A. Mon-
ROE, Wheeling
Next meeting Wheeling, May 13-14.

WISCONSIN.
President-J. W. BURNS, Viola.

First Vice President-N. L. BAILEY, Stitzer.

Second Vice President-W. S. BLUNT, Waupun.

Treasurer-J. F. STILLMAN, Walworth.

Recording Secretary-J. V. STEVENS, Jefferson

Corresponding Secretary - F. P. KLAHR, Horicon.

Have I a case of fever ? Then

it constantly in engorged and ulI do not lose sight of the enteric cerated conditions of the os and disorder; and

yet, with

my cervix uteri. thoughts upon that, I still remember that there is a heart that is li- "Sapholine," a washing powder able, at any hour, to complicate when placed in warm water, is an matters. That heart calls for the excellent combination for washing bromidia. It prevents irritation. smoke and dirt from painted walls After the shock, after the opera

and woodwork. Its use is a great tion, maybe, after the fever in- saving in labor, and the paint is vades,—"All will go well unless left smooth and with a bright fresh heart failure should ensue.” But finish. Bennett Hospital is using since I began to employ the bro- it for cleaning white enamel. midia for the pain, this has been eliminated. I never dread "heart

LOCATIONS. failure” when I administer bro- Having sold my residence, I midia in my surgical cases. I have for sale my office contents would not treat typhoid or typho- and practice. Will sell all togethmalarial fever and omit bromidia. er or singly. One Bertman static

DR. S. AUG. FREUND. battery, sixteen plate with elecBERLIN, GERMANY.

trodes. Also X-ray attachments.

One McIntosh galvanic and faradic Many genito-urinary diseases

battery ; marble plate; no 6-44 yield permanently and promptly cells, with a large assortment of to pinus canadensis. In all inflam

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handsome quartered-oak cabinet ; successfully. Through its astrin

one globe multinebulizer, seven gent properties it lessens the cali

bottle, double cylinder pump. Also ber of the arterioles, minute ves

a stock of drugs, books, medicine sels and ducts, favorably influ

cases, instruments, etc. Write at encing their secretions and rapidly

O. Houts, M. D. bringing about resolution. I use

a

GLEN ELDER, KAN.

once.

LISTERINE

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to the innermost recesses and folds of the mucous membranes, that
mild and efficient mineral antiseptic, boracic acid, which it holds in
perfect solution; and whilst there is no possibility of poisonous ef-
fect through the absorption of LISTERINE, its power to neutralize
the products of putrefaction (thus preventing septic absorption) has
been most satisfactorily determined.
A special pamphlet on catarrhal disorders may be had upon application.

For diseases of the uric acid diathesis : LAMBERT'S LITHIATED HYDRANGEA

A remedy of acknowledged value in the treatment of all diseases of the urinary system and of especial utility in the train of evil effects arising from a uric acid diathesis.

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PEACOCK'S BROMIDES

Che Best Results
Are assured in Bromide treatment when you specify

DOSE One to three

teaspoonfuls, according to the

amount of Bromides required

Peacock's Bromides

And the Genuine is Dispensed Neurologists and General Practitioners prefer it because of its superior qualities over the commercial salts. Each fluid drachm represents fifteen grains of the combined chemically pure Bromides of Potassium, Sodium, Ammonium, Calcium and Lithium.

PURITY

FOR CLINICAL TRIAL WE WILL SEND FULL SIZE BOTTLE OF EITHER OR BOTH

PREPARATIONS TO ANY PHYSICIAN WHO WILL PAY EXPRESS CHARGES

THEBESTILYO. CHEAPEST

Chionia

DOSE One to two teaspoonfuls three times a

day

from
Chionanthus Virginica
HEPATIC STIMULATION

WITHOUT CATHARSIS
Re-establishing portal circulation without producing congestion.
Invaluable in all ailments due to hepatic torpor.
PEACOCK CHEMICAL CO., St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A.

CHIONIA

The Shepard-McMillen Sanitaria

COLUMBUS, OHIO

The Shepard Sanitarium

The McMillen Sanitarium

FOR CHRONIC AND NERVOUS DISEASES FOR MENTAL DISEASES W. E. POSTLE, M. D., Supt.

BISHOP MCMILLEN, M. D., Supt. Suburban Address, Shepard, Ohio Suburban Address, Shepard, Ohio Telephone 389

Telephone 2406 We shall continue Dr. Shepard's methods of All forms of diseases with mental complicamassage and rest, so successfully used by bim tions admitted. Alcoholic, Morphine, and other here the past fifty years. Combining with drug habits treated. We offer special medical them modern medical treatment for all forms of treatment, good care, night attendants, up-to-date cbronic, nervous and female diseases.

equipments and constant personal supervision.

STREET CARS TO DOORS. While these institutions are the successors of Dr. Shepard's Sanitarium they have entirely separate business management, employes, patients and grounds.

Patients find these sanitaria, with their large shaded lawns, beautiful places in which to secure rest and comfort while being treated. Write us, state patient's condition in full, and ask for terms of admission and catalogue.

PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.

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Is to promote Normal Digestion by encouraging the flow of Digestive Fluids.
It is the Modern and Most Successful Treatment for

INDIGESTION,
A PALATABLE PREPARATION OF PANAX

1 DOSE: One to two teaspoonfuls SCHINSENG IN AN AROMATIC ESSENGE.

three times a day. A full size bottle, for trial, to physicians who will pay express charges. SULTAN DRUG COMPANY, St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A.

CORRESPOND WITH ADVERTISERS, MENTIONING CHICAGO MEDICAL TIMES.

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