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John V. Shoemaker, A. M., M. D., Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica, and
"Fannie S., aged 13, a school girl, was in bed with swollen knee and ankle joints, fever, and in fact, the usual
vas a gouty tendency in the parents, I gave her BUFFALO LITHIA WATER dose-ounce
ours, the interval increased to 3 hours as the symptoms subsided. This was followed by relief from all the symptoms, with free action of the skin and kidneys. In the first week she entered an easy and
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FR "Julius R., 52 years of age, a commercial traveler, complained of passing gravel, lumbar pain, and a slight acrease of temperature. The urine contained crystals of uric acid with urates, and a small amount of lbumen. No casts detected. He had been subject to similar attacks for four or five years, probably connected With irregularities in eating. He was every two hours, with or
iven two ounces, afterwards four, of BUFFALO LITHIA WATER y attention to diet. This gave immediate relief, followed by recovery."
LITHÆMIC DIABETES AND ECZEMA.
"Lizzie C., aged 44, had a chronic eczematous eruption upon different parts of her body; also acidity of the tomach. Her urine contained considerable proportion of sugar. She was directed to live principally upon green directed to
WYOegetables, poultry, and fish. Fresh-air exercise
as also insisted upon. Three or four glassfuls of BUFFALO LITHIA WATER bertakere every
ay. All the symptoms were alleviated, and she steadily improved. When her stomach was in a ANEQndition to bear it, she was given ergot and iron, and the disease has thus been kept in abeyance."
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