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\ng the physicaJ and nervous system.

PHYSICIANS APPROVE OF MY WORK
when they know its character; those who
fully understand it frankly welcome my
help for certain classes of their patients.
The mental Interest and incentive de-
veloped by the individual lessons dispel
that IndifTerence which
physicians often find
hard to overcome
in some patients.

I prescribe for each
person individually, I
fflve no promiscuous
exercise, but direct
each woman according
to her needs and her
strength. I have spent
years in the study of
anatomy and physi-
ology, and accept no
cases where pro-
nounced pathological
conditions are present,
as I know the possi-
bilities of my work
and I realize its limi-
tations.

I work with the doc-
tor and insist that
each pupil have the
consent and advice of
her medical attendant;
in many cases, a regu-
lar weekly examina-
tion by physicians is
required.

For 12 years I gave
personal Instruction to
women before attempt-
ing instruction by
mail.



SUSANNA COCROFT



e24 Mlcklsaa Aveane



CklCMTO



Miss Cocroft has perhaps had a wider experience than
any woman in America in prescribing remedial exer^
cises/or women.



Read these Indorsements



OF

White Liquid

Vaseline

RIG. U. S. PAT. OFF.

"It is therefore rational to augment the
volume of the faeces by the administra-
tion of a substances not irritating, as
Liquid 'Vaseline/ which penetrates with-
out becoming decomposed or absorbed."
A. F. HERTZ, M.A.,M.D.,F.R.C.P..
Medical Progress. (Paris) Vol. 40, No.B.

"A universal remedy for intestinal stasis
short of operation is to support the lower
part of the abdomen by a suitable shield
and to administer liquid paraffin."

A C. JORDAN, M.D., M.R.C.P.
Guys Hospital and Royal Hospital for

Diseases of the Chest.

White Liquid "Vaseline" is the purest
refined ' liquid paraffin. It contains no
acids or chemicals ; never grows rancid,
and is indicated in all cases of intestinal
stasis^chronic constipation and generally
as an intestinalHubricant.

Trial Bottle Free. Write Today.

Chesebrough
Manufacturing Company

(Consolidated)
28 State Street New York



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The Fnenmonia ConTalescent



Bronchial Disorders.



While the course and progress of acute lobar
pneumonia is short, sharp and decisive, the
impression made upon the general vitality is
often profound, and apparently out of propor-
tion to the duration of the disease. Even the
robust, sthenic patient is likely to emerge from
the defervescent period with an embarrassed
heart and general prostration. In such cases
the convalescent should be closely watched and
the heart and , general vitality should be
strengthened and* supported, and this is especi-
ally true as applied to the patient who was
more or less devitalized before the invasion of
the disease. For the purpose indicated, strych-
nia is a veritable prop upon which the embar-
rassed heart and circulation can lean for
strength and support As a general revitaliz-
ing agent is also needed at this time, it is an
excellent plan to order Pepto-Mangan (Gude),
to which should be added the appropriate dose
of strychnia, according to age, condition and
indications. As a general tonic and bracer to
the circulation, nervous system and the organ-
ism generally, this combination cannot be sur-
passed.



When an attack of bronchitis or catarrhal in-
fluenza shows a tendency to linger unduly, and
seriously impair the vitality of the whole body,
vigorous alterative treatment is often urgently
needed to give the respiratory structures the
power of recuperation. For this purpose no
remedy will be found so thoroughly serviceable
and satisfactory as Bumham's Soluble lodin.

Not only does this efficient altero-reconstruct-
ive exert a pronounced influence on the tissues
of the respiratory organs, the mucous mem-
brane particularly, by promoting absorption and
markedly increasing local cellular processes,
but what is often equally as important in bring-
ing about recovery, it also stimulates the func-
tional activity of the special organs and thus
increases vitality throughout the whole body —
with all that this essentially means in raising
local resistance and establishing normal condi-
tions.

As further advantages to its specific thera-
peutic properties, Bumham's Soluble lodin, un-
like the iodides, does not irritate the stomach,
derange the digestion nor cause the slightest
impairment to the nutrition.



MIGRAINE



Recent study- has shown that a large proportion
of the periodic or chronic headaches Irom which
so many suffer, can be traced to malnutrition
and devitalization of the cerebral cells.
This accounts for the notable efficiency of

Celerina



in hemicrania, and all forms of the so-called
idiopathic headaches. Used systematically,
this valuable nerve Conic promotes a rapid and
substantial increase of vitality throughout the
nervous system, but especially in the higher
centers. It relaxes nerve tension, regulates the
local blood supply, improves the nutrition of
nerve tissue and thus restores normal functional
activity. Under its administration pain gradu-
ally disappears, the resistance of the nervous
system is increased and the most distressing
headaches are often completely and permanently
relieved.

For fwrthtr inforniation addreaa:

THE RIO CHEMICAL CO.
79 Barrow Stro«t, N«w York



Natural and Ec finite in Action
Prompt and Positive in Results

Two dlfitlnctly dealrable
ckamcterUitlca of t t

Pluto Water

Bapedally effectlTe in saatro-
Inteflitliial dlaturbance. Spectflc-
ally indicated in nric ncid din-
tkeflla» sont» ehronie rheanaa-
tlam« conatlpntion^ obeaity*
nepkritia.

A constantly increasing number
of practitioners direct patients
to the Springs for complete
treatment Attractive literature,
detailing delightful surround-
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clinical data and all desired in-
formation relative to America's
famous Spa, sent on request.
ANAIiYSIS OF

PLUTO CONCESNTRATBD
Parts per 1000

Sodinnt Sniphate 50.005

Masneainnt aniphate . 804171

Calcium snlpkate 2.817

Sodinnt chloride 24M)8

Masneainm carbonate .852

Iron oxid and alnmina .016

SiUca 005

Total aolida 86.668

The water was excellent
from a sanitary standpoint

Respectfully submitted.
The Colnntbna Laboratoriea*
January 26, 1907. Chicago.
SUPPLIED BY

French Lick Springs Hotel Co.

FRENCH LICK, IlfDIANA
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I



AN ANTISEPTIC that is at once
harmless and powerful — ^that ef-
fectively replaces bichloride, car-
bolic acid, and similiar poisonous prepa-
rations :

HYDROX CERTIFIED Peroxide of
Hydrogen is a pure, potent product,
made from the best chemicals by the
nitrate barium binoxide process, with
scrupulous care as to containers and
contents.

We shall be glad to send a sample
4-ounce bottle free of charge and pre-
paid, to any practicing physician who
writes for it.

The purpose of this sample offer is to
familiarize the physician with a product
which we feel confident he will be glad
to recommend to his clients.

Retail prices are most moderate:

4 o>., 10c. 8 OB.» 15c. 16 OS.* 95c.

iwbw lUHK vNICMOO 9Mi pRANCttOO



Corsets of Scientific
Interest

An Intelligent peruaal of "Corsets, an
Analysis," by Emma E. Goodwin, will re-
ward the progrressive physician for his
time and study of a really important sub-
ject. He Is frequently called on to con-
firm the use and necessity of a corset and
it is well to know that proper, anatom-
ically fitted corsets are available, instead
of the former (and even still evident) cor-
sets which have only some freakish
"mode" to recommend them, while being"
for the most part entirely unsuited for
hygienic use.

The GOODWIN CORSBT (of mnny
■tyles and nses) was desig^ned by one
who has made a most exhaustive and in-
telllgrent study of the anatomy of woman,
as affected by the corset and other gar-
ments worn by women. The result is
that she has designed a corset for almost,
if not every, condition and alignment as
to figure of every age and requirement,
from the young woman to the advanced
in age and the corpulent, or invalided.
The Goodwin Corset "establishes the
balanced weight of the body in the nor-
mally correct position and lessens the
fatigue In standing and walking."

Oar women are not in the savag'e state
and are not expected to garb themselves
in loose robes and assume the attitudes
and movements of the aboriginese. They
must conform to modem decrees of fash-
ion, yet should do so with regard to
healthfulness, and It Is Just here that
the advanced knowledge of the corset,
properly made and fitted, as elaborated in
this clever brochure, is of scientific
interest to the medical man.

The book will be sent on application to




373 Fifth Ave., New York City

There are Goodwin Shop* In all
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A Walking Menace to One's Fellows

Can be truly said of the diphtheria "carrier.** Bacilli Diphtheria may linger in the
throat for weeks and be transmitted to other cases who develop the disease.

^pM^I^ destroys Bacillus Diphtheria prompdy, Bhd so

^^^^^■■BSfc^ m acts as a vcJuable Prophylactic agent. The

mi^%;^^m^^ ^% V^A WW^^T' ^^^^^^''^ Formaldehyde, slowly evolved while
MW^rmmm^mWmmWMmm the tablets are dissolving, reaches and disinfects
m ^^» MmmmmMmmMMmm^ all parts of the mouth and throat, without irri-

tation or toxic action.



Formamint Tablets are extremely palatable
and far superior to the old-fashioned mouth-



«# 1HE GERM-iOLLING

wash, gargle, etc. Samples and Literature on request,

A. WULFING & COMPANY

AffbaltiwlU, THE BAUER CHEMICAL CO. 30 Irving PUc«, N*w YoA ^

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A BANNER YEAR



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physician personally, or in his professional
capacity.
Through the services of "THE BIG SIX" reputable firms can secure for products of

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Certainly no other way of reaching the physician is so efltective and economical as
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Briefly Stated Faets Coneernin? Tbls Year's

Glidden Tonr, which was Won by the

Metz **22.»

The annual running of the Glidden Tour,
under the auspices of the American Automobile
Association, is looked upon in automobile cir-
cles as the classic road event of the season.

It Is not a race, but a prolonged endurance
contest, the object being to thoroughly test the
reliability and stamina of the many competing
cars.

This year's tour was over a 1,300 mile route,
from Minneapolis, Minn., to Glacier National
Park, Montana. It started on July 11, and
ended on the 19th of that month, thus covering
eight days of travel over all kinds and condi-
tions of roads, from the gumbo mud of Minne-
sota to the rocky hills of western Montana,
piled up mile on mile by the ascent of this
section of the Rocky Mountains.

The Tour was won by the Metz team of three
regular stock cars. Many makes and prices of
cars competed, including the pick of America's
best, but the Metz was the only team that went
through the entire eight days of the contest
with a perfect score.



It was not "luck" or "team work" that en-
abled the Metz to establish this splendid record,
but practical and solid construction. There
were three regular Metz stock cars in the con-
test, and each and every one of these cars main-
tained a PERFECT score, checking in at every
control without additional allowance or time
extension of any kind, throughout the entire
eight days of the Tour.

On the final day of the contest the Metz cars
were last to leave noon control, but they over-
took all the cars ahead, and, when ten miles
from the finish, caught the pacemaker and
crowded him over the last mountain range,
finishing with twenty minutes to spare.

The Metz cars were the onje^y cars in the con-
test: that were equipped with gearless transmis-
sion. The gearless transmission of the Metz
"22" entirely does away with gear troubles.
Concisely stated it means — No clutch to slip,
no gears to strip.

Metz price, $475.00, completely equipped.

Prices of other cars that competed in the
Tour — ^from five to ten times as much.

The Metz Is the lowest-priced four-cylinder
automobile in the world, and it is a strictly
high class, fully guaranteed car, roadster type,
torpedo body, left-hand drive and center control.



AUTO TIRES -BARGAINS

Standard Makes Lowest PrlceB Largest Stock

3500 MILE GUARANTEE

If a tire falls to run 3500 miles we will replace it with
another tire for one-half the price marked below.



SIZE
88x8 ..
80x8 ..
82x8 ..
30x3i

81x81 11.00

82x81 11.96

84x84 12.20

86x84 12.60

80x4 12.76

81x4 18.40

82x4 18.W

88x4 14.86

34x4 15.95

86x4 16.76

86x4 17.86

87x4 20.00

40x4 20.00

84x44 19.06

86x44 20.60

86x44 20.90

87x14 22.86

88x44 28.76

86x5 22.80

86x6 28.90

87x6 24.70



TIRES TUBES

... 17.46 12.26

... 8.76 2.80

... 9.90 2.49

10.00 8.12

8.12
8.28
8.60
8.66
8.84
8.96
4.06
4.17
4.29
4.40
4.60
4.76
4.71
4.71
4.71
6.66
7.00
7.20
6.66
6.66
6.66



BARGAINS BARGAINS

On C. O. D. order* w« require 10% deposit.

We have odd sixes and 1905 Dnnlops.

When ordering state what is wanted—

Clineher, Q. D. Clineher or Dnnlop.

AKRON TIRE CO., Inc.,
^T^S^r 1612 gf»A?.^t^N.Y.c..,



Bittir. Bnildin*



BROWR SCIENTIFIC
IIIER TUBES

will and your
Punotura troublaa.

A few nails stuck in-
to the tube and with-
drawn without los-
ing a bit of air ought
to convince you.
Brown tubes have
been tested for sev-
eral years before
being placed on the
market.

Ntrt irt I ftw ff tbt fiett :
The Brown Scientific

Inner Tube,
Made of the best

Para Rubber,
Filled with air only.
Holds the air indefi-
nitely,
Will notdeflate when
punctured, self-
closing,
Minimizesblowouts,
Allows one- thi rd
more wear of shoe
^ ^. —aptly called (an

^ JiV Inner shoe)

Doctors can't afford to drive a Car without
full information about Brown Tubes. At least,
let us prove the statements we have made.

For full information and prices
Address,

BROmm TUBE DISTRIBUTORS

H. D. SELLECK. Maaatfar

2010 Broadway Maw York



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A Luxurious Town Car at Moderate Cost —



the Beautiful



PAIGE



Coupe



Every purpose of a closed car is met and amplified in the Paige Model
Montrose Coupe. It is a 1914 enclosed vehicle of high attainment. It
reveals the coach-builder's art at its best. It has a roomy and luxurious
interior, is beautiful in all its appointments, and satisfies the taste of the
most critical purchaser.



The moderate price of this Model Mont-
rose reflects the efficiency of Paige manu-
facturJner methods Just as It Is reflected
in the famous Paige "36" Touring Car.

Built on the chassis of the Paige "36,"
the Montrose Coupe brings with It to the
purchaser every assurance of splendid
mechanical design, construction and work-
manship. Its strength. Its responsive
power and the completeness of Its mechani-
cal equipment, coupled with the beauty of
its body design, make it an Ideal car for
physicians. Seats four persons in comfort.

Why should you pay more than the price
of the Paige Montrose? 11.850.



Wheelbase, 116 inches; quiet Paige
motor, 4x5; unit power plant; multiple
disc cork insert clutch; silent chain drive
for cam shaft, pump and generator; big
brakes; 34 z 4 inch tires with non-skid in
rear; demountable rims; left-side drive,
center control; Gray &, Davis large unit
electric starting and lighting system; com-
plete incidental equipment.

See the Montrose at your dealer's, or
write us for catalogue. This model will
be exhibited at both the New York and
Chicago Automobile Shows.

For fnrtker Infonnatioiiy address



PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO.



503 Twenty-First St.,



Detroit, Mich.



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Glidden Trophy— Won by the Metz "22."




'EMOO" l8 the one
Automobile Oil sold
with a Ouarantee.

If it does not satisfy in every respect, we
will refund your money in full, pay freierht
(both ways if oil is returned), and make no
charere for oil used in trial.

Emco Automobile Oil is refined from Penn-
sylvania crude, free from all animal and
veeretable matter. Its constant use will pre-
serve your car to a surprisingr decree.
Order by five or ten erallon cans, barrels or
half- barrels from your dealer.

Write at oae« for Priees aad Samples

EHEBY MFG. CO., Bradford, Pa.

LifiWiS BMSIRY, JILi, Prop.



THE BEST NON-SKIDS



For Automobiles and Motorcycles are Unquestionably

BEOAUSE you can put them on the tires and be always ready for slippery places.

BECAUSE they save the tires enough to more than pay their cost.

BB0ACJ8E they are practically puncture proof and prevent dancer of having to repair

punctures In bad weather.
Held with a patented coil spring fastening and guaranteed not to Injure the tires.
They fit all makes of tires and can be applied without removing the tires from the wheels.
Sold by all first-class supply houses.

Send for full information and prices to



LEATHER TIRE GOODS COMPANY



2100 Whiripool St.



Niagwa Falls, N. T.



SPECIAL SALE!

From largest tire factory in the world. Having contracted for their entire
output of ^ ^seconds'' and ^^special lots/' comprising all new, fresh stock in
all popular sizes.

Glinohers, Donlops and Q. D. Glinohers



Bise


Price


Independent Tubes
Guaranteed


Size


Prtce


Independent Tabes
Guaranteed


28x3


1 6 98


|2 18


34x4


17 22


4 69


30x3


7 48


2 28


35x4


17 77


6 20


32x3


7 92


8 09


36x4


18 84


6 86


30x3%


10 92


3 15


40x4


20 54


6 62


31x3Vi


11 80


3 25


34x4%


21 81


6 66


32x3%


11 66


3 46


35x4%


22 50


6 81


34x3%


12 68


4 00


36 X 4%


28 18


6 00


36x3%


18 72


4 13


37x4%


28 79


6 66


30x4


14 96


4 21


34x5


26 87


6 76


31x4


15 54


4 34


36x5


28 41


6 81


32x4


16 09


4 46


37x5


29 21


7 06


33x4


16 67


4 56














Flaps free



Meney r«fanded •n ioods retarned intact withia a week, and shipped C. O. D. with privileie ef ezaadaatioB.

AUTOMOBILE TIRE CO., (Inc.) 1625 Broadway, N. T.



PHONE. COLUMBUS 8386
BRANCHBS
Lioa Anielea San Franeiaeo Atlanta San

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Thi thru largist and most succtssful 7(,ubbgr and Tin
Companiis in tht world wire founded by Physicians

Doctor, It's Fine To Own a Tire Factory,
And Make Your Own Tires.

The Morgan A Marshall Robber. St Tire Company, was foaaded by and
is BOW coBlroUed by physicians.

We want 1.000 other Doctors to become stockheldors and enjoy the
same advaataies we enjoy.

Stockholders in a small way, becaase the small stockholder has eqval
advaataies.

Aad what yoa eajoy as a stockkolder is a discovat of 40% and 10% off.

If yoa own an aatomobile yoa caa apon tkis basis save $100 per year



M dk M Laplook Ollnoher Tire.
Arrows show that air pressure
is eqnally distributed thru Lap-
lock Base Construction, sup-
porting tube in its normal or
circular form.



open yonr tires— nil apon an investment of $100 which, of itself, will pay
yoa a leiitiiaate profit.

Woald yon like to keep in year own pocket some of year money that is
maldai adllionaires of tire auiaafactnrers ?

If so. write for onr co-operative plan— Write Today.

M. & M. Laplock Tires.

Prevent pinching and chafing.

Bqually distribute air pressure.

Insure a firm lock to nm without lugs or staybolts.

Do away with inner flap.

Give perfect balance.

Pit either clinchers or Q. D. rims.

Easier put on or removed than any other tire.

Minimize road trouble.

Write Today for our plan.

Morgan & Marshall Rubber & Tire Co.



Dr, R. J. Marshall, Pres. Dr. W. A, Hobbs, Vice-Pres. Dr. Morgan Howells, Sales Mgr.

Factories: East Liverpool. O. Sales Orfice, 1611 First Nat'l Bank. Pittebor^h. Pa^



The Ideal Car for Physicians

Ideal, becaase a phy- The last annual Qlid

sidan'B car must give COMPLETE ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT den Tour, which turned



unfaltering serrice un-
der all conditions of weather and roads. It must
be a tough Car, a speedy Car, a thoroughly prac-
tical Car, absolutely reliable in operation; and it
should also be a stylish Car.

All these qualiti€9 the
MBTZ "tS" gives you in
fullest measure.



METZ

"22"



out to be an exception-
ally severe endurance test, was won by the mETTZ
team of three cars. Many makes and prices of
cars competed, including the pick of America's
best, but the MBTZ was
the ONLY team that
held a perfect score the
entire eight days of the
tour.



$600



The MBTZ "22" is
equipped with best elec-
tric starter, electric
head lights, electric
side lights, electric dash
and tall lights, electric
horn, four-cylinder 22 H
h. p. water-cooled mo-
tor, Bosch magneto, ex-
tenJBion top and storm
curtains, wind shield,
full elliptic springs, ar-
tillery wheels, best ouallty Goodrich clincher tires,
etc., all fittings throughout strictly standard.
Writ* lor NewIIInatrated Cataloin*. **M.D.-3."



$475



METZ COMPANY, Waltham, Mus.



Price, without electric
equipment, and fitted
instead with gas head
lights and gas genera-
tor, oil dash
lamps and
tall light,
and bulb
horn.

Makes from five to
fifty miles per hour on
the high speed, is a
wonderful hlU climber,
travels 28 to 32 miles
on one gallon of gaso-
line, and 10,000 to 12.-
000 miles on a single
set of tires. Its gearless transmission entirely
does away with gear troubles. We want a repre-
aentative in every town.

Write lor terma.



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The Doctor with a country practice finds
The




the most convenient, swift and economical method for making his round
of visits. The Indian is always ready to start on an emergency call at
any time or in any weather. Its low cost of upkeep and reliability make
it the favorite among the many Doctors who are enthusiastic over the
aid which the motorcycle gives them in making widely separated visits.

Read what these two motorcycle advocates say on the subject:



"The speed and comfort with which
TiBits in the country can be made is
■imply wonderful. Practically no ezpen«e
in operation, oil and araaoline costinsr me
less than one-fourth of a cent per mile.
A arood machine eroes up the steepest and
longrest hills in this hilly country with
ease. They take up no more room when
not in use than a bicycle, thus savinsr the
erarasre expense of the auto. They are
much easier to understand an 5 handle
than the auto."

B. A. SOUDESRS, M. D.



"I have ridden a motocycle for the past
three seasons and I 'enjoy it very much.
I can make my calls in the country in
one -half the time required when usingr
the team, and it never tires, no matter
how hot the day or how long the drive.
The expense of running: it is very low,
and when not using it during the winter
months it eats no hay nor oats."

JAHB8 B. TAYLOR.



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