COMPOUND RUBRICS AS AIDS TO YOUR PRESCRIPTION. It is certain that only a punch card repertory can give you the compound synthetic rubric obtained above in so short a time. Once this synthetic rubric has been obtained, you can spend your time differentiating from the remedies uncovered with the assurance that each one is similar to the sufferings of your patient in all five ways.
HOMOEOPATHY AND ITS CURABILITY. Modern researches and revelations of various germs, etc., as the causes or factors of so many diseases of the present years, have brought forth great change as regards precaution and treatment of the present diseases by our allopathic brethren, and have brought on considerable change in the course of their treatment with enthusiasm.
THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE. The whole thing is a masterpiece of organization, complex in its nature and most Nazified in its operation. Having a baby outside of a hospital is a crime in Chicago far worse than gambling, bootlegging and other forms of sin. It matters not whether the mother and child do well; they have violated all of the laws of infection and the last techniques of the august authorities who know just how it should be done.
SAVING THAT MASTOID CASE FROM THE SURGEON. All cases regained their normal hearing and no signs of infection were left. All ears were placed so that the child lay on the opposite side to promote drainage down the eustachian tube. Mild cases first seen with a red bulging drum were placed on frequently doses of Bell. and warm Mullein oil in the ear for pain. If mastoid were threatening, I placed an ice cap to that area instead of warm oil in the ears.
NOTES ON IGNATIA AMARA. Many patients with prolapsus uteri will require Ignatia because of the reflex nervous states produced by this condition. An interesting symptom in this condition is a grasping sensation in the throat relieved by lifting up the prolapsed womb.
EDITORIAL. Homoeopathy invites all researchers to avail themselves of its valuable knowledge, obtained through one hundred and fifty years of unremitting labor and human sacrifice, that the ends of true research for humanity every where may be more fully realized and served.