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A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery
Indiana Medical Journal Publishing Company
ALEMBERT W. BRAYTON, M. Sc., M. D.
THEODORE POTTER, A. M., M. D.,
GEORGE J. Cook, M. D., General Manager.
Alois B. GRAHAM, Treasurer.
FROM JULY 1904 TO JUNE 1905, INCLUSIVE
INDIANA MEDICAL JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WILLOUGHBY BLDG., 224 N. MERIDIAN ST.,
List of Contributors for the Year.
BENTLE, PERRY C., Mexico, Ind.
BOWERS, L. G., Richmond, Ind.
BRAYTON, A. W., Indianapolis.
CAFFEE, BENNETT, Terre Haute, Ind.
DUNNING, L. H., Indianapolis.
DYER, ISADORE, New Orleans.
EASTMAN, JOSEPH RILUS, Indianapolis.
EASTMAN, THOMAS B., Indianapolis.
FATTIC, J. B., Anderson, Ind.
FERGUSON, CHARLES E., Indianapolis.
GRANT, GEORGE H., Richmond, Ind.
HALSTED, WM. S., Baltimore, Md.
HESSLER, ROBERT, Logansport, Ind.
HODGES, FLETCHER, Indianapolis.
JONES, J. G., Vincennes, Ind.
KEEN, W. W. Philadelphia.
KEMPER, G. W. H., Muncie, Ind.
KEMPF, E. J., Jasper, Ind.
KYLE, JOHN J., Indianapolis.
LILIENTHAL, HOWARD, New York.
LINK, GOETHE, Indianapolis.
MCDONALD, J. A., Indianapolis.
MCOSCAR, EDWARD J., Fort Wayne, Ind.
MILLER, D. L., Goshen, Ind.
MORRISON, FRANK A., Indianapolis.
NEU, CHARLES F., Indianapolis.
OLIVER, JOHN H., Indianapolis.
PATRICK, HUGH T., Chicago.
PIGMAN, GARRETT, Liberty, Ind.
POHLMAN, AUGUSTUS G., Bloomington.
POTTER, THEODORE, Indianapolis.
PORTER, MILES F., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
REYER, ERNEST C., Indianapolis.
ROBY, F. S., HON., Indianapolis.
SEXTON, JOHN C., Rushville, Ind.
SMITH, ANDREW H., New York.
STERNE, ALBERT E., Indianapolis.
TOWNSEND, TERRY M., New York.
VALENTINE, FERD C., New York.
WILLIEN, LEON J., Terre Haute, Ind.
WISHARD, JOHN G., Teheran, Persia.
WISHARD, WM. N., Indianapolis.
WYNN, FRANK B., Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS, JULY, 1904.
Price, $1.00 a Year
Whole No. 265.
Addresses an Original Communications States; The Indianapolis City Sanitarian; Dr.
Loeb and Morphological Polarity ............
Dust-A Neglected Factor in Ill-Health. By Robert
Hessler, M. D., Logansport.....
PERSONAL: Drs. J. E. Morrow, Wm. Gray, John A.
The Preservation of the Perineum in Occipito-
Pfaff, H. L. Gaylord, E. D. Moffett, George T.
Posterior Preservations. By Edward J. Mc.
Moores, of Indianapolis; Dr. Lamberson, of
Oscar, M. D., Fort Wayne......
Connersville; Bransford Lewis, of St. Louis;
The Treatment of Inflammatory Phimosis. By
Anton Hockauf, of Austria; Medical ('ollege
Goethe Link, M. D., Indianapolis....
Personals; Professor Ehrlich's Visit; Recep.
Affections of the Feet. By Isadore Dyer, M. D.,
tion to Dr. George T. McCoy.
12 CORRESPONDENCE: Dr. Huber...
NECROLOGY: Drs. Beckes, of Vincennes, Summers,
of Middletown, Brown, of New Bethel, Line, of
A Cold April and Pneumonia; Dr. Shrady on la.
Marion, Mitchell, of Cincinnati, Davis, of
cations; Tuberculosis in Indiana; Food of
IN LIGHTER VEIN...
C., H. & D. Surgeons; Johnson County, Pan
American; Indianapolis Medical, May and
Atlantic City Meeting A. M. A.; The Part of India
ana: The Obstetrical and Gynecological Sec-
tion; The Section on Practice of Medicine;
Work of Organization....
Reviews and Book Notices.
Summer Meeting Indianapolis Medical Society; Grafstrom's Mechano-Therapy; Sime on Rabies:
Indiana State Health Officer's School; Passing
Musser's Medical Diagnosis: Muir's Manual of
of the Indianapolis Journal: Typhoid in In-
Materia Medica and Therapeutics; Hares Pro-
lianapolis, Dedication of the University of
gressive Medicine: Dunning on Retroversion
Pennsylvania Laboratories; Leprosy Station
of the l'terus; Wilcox on Fever Nursing:
for Study and Cure of the Disease in the United
Leube's Medical Diagnosis; Practical Medical
States; The Eastern Colleges : "Old Prince.
Series--Obstetrics; Internal Secretions and the
ton;" The German Element in the United
Principles of Medicine-Sajous....
Entered at the Post Office at Indianapolis,
Ind., as second-class matter.
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COWS' MILK TO A CORRESPONDENCE
WITH MOTHERS' MILK
FIRST: A mixture of Peptogenic Milk Powder, pure water, fresh milk and cream
gives the quantitative composition of average normal mothers' milk-the same
percentage of fat, proteids, carbohydrates and ash.
SECOND: The application of heat at body temperature for a certain length of time
gives the qualitative composition, by making the proteids soluble and non-
coagulable like the albuminoids of mothers' milk, through the action of the
enzyme of the Peptogenic Milk Powder-one of Nature's own agents.
THIRD: Raising the heat to boiling point, or to only 165-170 degrees F., destroys
the active principle of the Peptogenic Powder and at the same time makes the
By this simple process cows' milk is adapted to an almost absolute correspondence
with mothers' milk in physical properties, chemical composition, and the physiological
condition of each element; is also made digestible to the same degree as mothers' milk
and equally competent for the nutrition of an infant all through the nursing period.
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