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THE ALMA SANITARIUM .. 1900

ALMA, MICH.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
General Diseases.

Nervous Diseases.
H. M. LYMAN,

Cbicago.
DRS. WM. E. QUINE,

Chicago.
Chicago.

D, R. BROWER,
I. N. DANFORTH,

Chicago.
RICHARD DEWEY,

Chicago.
FRANK BILLINGS,

Chicago.
Chicago.

ARCHIBALD CHURCU,
John H. HOLLITER,

Chicago.
SANGER BROWN,

Chicago.
E. L. SHURLY,

Detroit.
W. J. HERDMAN.

Ann Arbor.
G. H. FUERBRINGER, Saginaw.

JUSTIN E. EMERON,

Detroit.
J. B. GRIWOLD, Grand Rapids.
GEO. E. Dock,

Chicago.
ANN ARBOR.

DAVID INGLIS,
Surgery.

Nose and Throat.
D. W. GRAHAM,

Chicago.

E. FLETCHER INGAL, Chicago. J. B. MURPHY,

Chicago. MOREAU R. BROWN, Chicago.
THEO. A. MCGRAW,

Detroit.
HOMER M. THOMA,

Chicago.
G. K. JOHNSON, Grand Rapids.

Dematology.
Gynæcology.

JAMES NEVINS HYDE, Chicago.
HENRY T. BYFORD,

Chicago.
HENRY P. NEWMAN, Chicago.

Pathology.
FRANKLIN H. MARTX, Chicago. THOMAS A. E. KLEB, Chicago.
H. W. LONGYEAR,
Detroit. HENEAGE GIBBES,

Detroit.
EIGENE BOISE, Grand Rapids.

Children's Diseases.
Eye and Ear.

A. C. COTTON,

Chicago.
BOERNE BETTMAN,
Chicago. J. H. STOWELL,

Chicago.
FLEMING CARRJW, Ann Arbor. Chas. G. JENNING,

Detroit.
ELMORE S. PETTYJOHN, M. D. F. A. McGREW, M. D.
Medical Superintendent.

Asst. Medical Superintendent.
H. J. THOMPSON, JNO R. TAYLOR,

Assistant Physicians.
A Completely Equipped Medical Institution

For the Scientific Treatment of Chronic Diseases.
. Charmingly located in the pine regions of Michigan, with a delightful
climate all the year round. Pure Spring Waters. A beautiful park of 12
acres. A solid brick building, luxuriously furnished and electric lighted,
with every modern convenience for rest and comfort. The sanitary con-
ditions are perfect; the service excellent; the cuisine unsurpassed. One
finds here, pleasant society, and boating, fishing, cycling, and all other
summer and winter outdoor and indoor amusements.

Spacious sun-parlors, with a delightful prospect and the eternal reign of summer, offer a tempting and health-giving lounging room for the guests.

Trained Nurses. “Alma-Bromo" mineral baths. Baths of every description-over 70 different treatments, Electricity in every form.

Massage. Rest cure. Manual and Mechanical Swedish movements. A well equipped gymnasium under a trained director for physica culture.

Exact analysis of stomach contents, urine, and blood, and rational medication based thereon.

Patients requiring operation are given careful preparatorytreatment.
Trained nurses of either sex furnished at usual rates.

An ideal place for convalescents and for those who find it difficult or impossible to get well at home. Rates reasonable. Discount to physicians and families. For information address Dr. E. S. PETTYJOHN, Modical Superintendent.

Andrews' Magnetic Mineral Springs

W.P.ANDREWS, M.D., Propr. DEE H. ANDREWS, M.D., Ass't Physician.

ST. LOUIS, MICH.

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DISEASES CURED. The waters of the Magnetic Mineral Springs have made many wonderful cures: of Rheumatism, Gout, Paralysis. Neuralgic Affections, Bright's Disease, Insomnia, Piles, Diphtheria, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Caiarrh, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Stomach and Rectal Diseases, and is a Specific for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases, including Gall Siones, Gravel and Diabetes.

TESTIMONIALS FROM MANY WELL-KNOWN PEOPLE WHO HAVE
THOROUGHLY TESTED THE CURATIVE POWERS OF THE

WATER CAN BE SEEN ON APPLICATION.

Baths, including Electricity and other Remedial Measures, given under the superintendence of a physician.

Competent Bath Nurses in attendance.

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CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF ANDREWS' MAGNETIC MINERAL SPRINGS, MADE BY PROF. S. P. DUFFIELD, Ph. D.,

DETROIT, MICH. Sulphate of Lime.............. 66.50 Organic Matter and Loss ...... 2.00 Silicate of Lime......... Chloride of Lime--a trace.

Total Constituents.....272.60 Bi-Carbonate Soda .........106.40 Bi-Carbonate Lime............. 69.40

Bi-Carbonates.....

............191.62 Bi-Carbonate Magnesia ........ 17.50

Free Carbonic Acid in Gallon.. 6.21 Bi-Carbonate Iron ......

1 20 Sulphureted Hydrogen-traces. Silica-free ....

2.88 Total Mineral Matter in Gallon.279.60

6.72

AND.. Mineral Rath Co. Y

Ypsilanti,

Mich.

Department for the Treatment of Stomach, Intestinal
and Rectal Diseases.—This department will receive special
attention by Dr. Breisacher who both as a student abroad
and professor at University, Pa., has devoted years of
study to this class of work.
Bathing Department for Treatment of Rheumatic, Nu-

tritive and Skin Diseases.-The mineral water at the
Sanitarium, which is used as an adjunct in the treatment of
this class of diseases, has been shown, by analysis and
practical experience to be equal to the best waters in the
world. The water is practically identical with that of Mt.
Clemens and contains in addition to the large quantities of
alum, iron carbonate, calcium carbonate, calcium sulphate,
magnesium chloride, hydrogen sulphide and sodium chloride:
(ingredients common both to Ypsilanti and Mt. Clemens:
waters) appreciable quantities of iodine and bromine com-

binations. C. Hospital for the Care of Surgical and Medical Cases.

Physicians from out of the city may send patients to the Sanitarium with directions for treatment or they may put them under the immediate care of one of the medical staff at the hospital. The Sanitarium places its operating room at the disposal of physicians who wish to bring operation

cases to the hospital. D. Training School for Nurses.--A Training School for

Nurses under the control of an experienced matron has been established. The course of study extends over a

period of three years. E. Complete Laboratory for Chemical, Pathological andi

General Biological Research, Experienced physicians and trained nurses in constant attend

ance.

Correspondence may be directed

either to ...,

Dr. L. Breisacher,

Ypsilanti

Sanitarium.

or

65 Washington Avenue,

DETROIT, MICH.

Gollege of Dental Surgery

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THE COLLEGE BUILDING Southeast Corner Wood and Harrison Streets

(COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT) For Description see next page.

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