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" To the present time no one knew of any source of buttermilk except from the butter-maker; but now-a-days the butter-maker does his work so well that the buttermilk is entirely deprived of the delicious little grains of fat which add so much to its food... "
The Medical Summary: A Monthly Journal of Practical Medicine, New Preparations - Page 117
edited by - 1907
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The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 29

1907
...household fo have an abundance of that refreshing and healthful summer (also winter) drinkbuttermilk. To the present time no one knew of any source of buttermilk except from the butter-maker; nowaday? the butter-maker does his work so well that the buttermilk is entirely deprived of the delicious...
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Medical Herald, Volume 26

1907
...American Automobile Association. — Daily press item. And why overlook the American Medical Association? HOME-MADE BUTTERMILK. — It is now within the power...source of buttermilk except from the butter-maker; nowadays the buttermaker does his work so well that the buttermilk is entirely deprived of the delicious...
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The Trained Nurse and Hospital Review, Volume 41

1908
...pressing the button. This soap is made by the Bender Manufacturing Company, of Philadelphia. + Home Made Buttermilk. It is now within the power of every household to have an abundance of buttermilk. Nowadays the butter maker does his work so well that the buttermilk is entirely deprived...
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Alumni Report, Volume 43, Issues 1-12

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Alumni Association - 1907
...whatever name you please; for the individual who practises as a scientific man the profession of pharmacy. HOME-MADE BUTTERMILK. It is now within the power of...buttermaker does his work so well that the buttermilk is cntirely deprived of the delicious little grains of fat which add so much to its food qualities as...
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Texas Medical Journal, Volume 23

1908
...Sold by all druggists. THE CHARLES N. CRITTENTON CO., Sola Agents, 115-117 FULTON STREET. NEW YORK. Home-Made Buttermilk. It is now within the power of...one knew of any source of buttermilk except from the butter maker; but nowadays the butter maker does his work so well that the buttermilk is entirely deprived...
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The Medical Counselor, Volume 26

1907
...pleasure And the blessings that come from above. Sharpsburg, Pa. SWS DINSMORE. Publisher's Department. Home-Made Buttermilk. It is now within the power of every household to have an aclundance of that refreshing and healthful summer (also winter) drink — buttermilk. To the present...
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The Woman's Medical Journal, Volume 17

1907
...— the only proof — aild trial will prove t-'.iis true. Bell & Company (Inc.) 68 Murray St., NY HOME-MADE BUTTERMILK. It is now within the power of...abundance of that refreshing and healthful summer (als> winter) drink — buttermilk. To the present time no one kne.v of any source of buttermilk except...
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The American Practitioner, Volume 42

1908
...tenderness, mucous, and blood, the case demands regular bowel irrigation, stimulation and support. HOME-MADE BUTTERMILK. It is now within the power of...one knew of any source of buttermilk except from the butter maker ; but now-a-days the butter maker does his work so well that the buttermilk is entirely...
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Therapeutic Notes, Volumes 13-14

1906
...Remarks on the New Process by the Editor of the Monthly Bulletin of the Indiana State Board of Health. It is now within the power of every household to have...that refreshing and healthful summer (also winter) drink—buttermilk. To the present time no one knew of any source of buttermilk except from the butter-maker;...
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Medical Art and Indianapolis Medical Journal, Volume 10

1907
...chorea, eczema, urticaria, pruritus and incipient Bright's disease will well repay a careful trial. HOME-MADE BUTTERMILK. It is now within the power of...butter-maker; but now-a-days the butter-maker does his work^so well that the buttermilk is entirely deprived of the delicious little grains of fat which add...
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