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FRESH COW'S MILK
Mellin's Food affords
the simplest means and gives the best results
"Mellin's Food actually assists to digest milk." G. W. Wigner, F. I. C., F. R. C., President Soc. of Pub. Analysts, London, Eng.
MELLIN'S FOOD COMPANY
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Recently, a physician sent us a small prescription vial, filled with a thin, light-colored fluid, advising us that this had been dispensed upon his prescription for Essence of Pepsine, Fairchild's, and requesting that we examine it and let him know the result, as he did not believe that it was the preparation which he had prescribed.
We knew at once-from the color, taste and odorthat the fluid was not of our manufacture, and upon examination and analysis found it in every way totally unlike Fairchild's Essence and absolutely of no use for any of the purposes for which our Essence is employed. We so advised our correspondent, and received from him the following letter, which we have since obtained permission to use. It is respectfully submitted as suggesting that it has come to be necessary for the physician to exercise a certain degree of vigilance over the filling of his prescriptions, in order to protect himself and his patients from the possible evil results of substitution.
"Messrs. Fairchild Bros. & Foster,
Yours of the 3rd. inst., containing report of analysis of fluid sent, which was dispensed on my prescription as Fairchild's Essence of Pepsine, was received. I feel much indebted to you for your assistance to me 'in the interests of common honesty' as you so aptly express it. It was evidently rank substitution. I thank you very much for offering to help me further, but nothing more need be done, as the sinner is reaping his own reward, as he will not only lose an institution containing seventy-five people, but he will lose the good will and prestige of many of the best people of the town who are connected with the institution in various ways. Further, he will lose my support absolutely.
Again thanking you most sincerely, believe me,
One who will not stand substitution,
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Diseases of the Rectum
Dr. B. G. HENNING,
Professor Theory and Practice of Medicine,
Is prepared to treat all diseases of the rectum at St. Joseph's Hospital, where every facility for operating and the after-treatment demanded by this class of patients is afforded. Physicians desiring to send rectal cases away from home for treatment, may feel assured that the same will receive every necessary attention.
For particulars, address
Long Distance Telephone 478.
B. G. HENNING, M. D.,
299 Main St., MEMPHIS, TENN.
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