National Geographic : 1900 Sep
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE R- 1'P'A N'S< A practical journalist, long a member of the staff of the Washington Evening Star, resigned his position to go to Guatemala. Before he left Washington he had been a firm believer in the medicinal qualities of Ripans Tabules, and took a lot of them with him to Guatemala, where he earned the friendship of the captain of the steamer, which sails from San Francisco and stops at ports in Central America, by making known to him the marvelous virtues of R-I-P -A -N -S, the medical wonder of the century. He often dilates upon the captain's enthusiasm about the Tabules and asserts that the people of the tropics suffer terribly from indigestion, and that the Tabules are now known most favorably throughout Central America. Ripans Tabules quiet the nerves, compose the mind, allay irritation, and invite repose. One gives relief. WANTED :-A case of bad health that R-I -P-A -N -S will not benefit. They banish pain and prolong life. One gives relief. Note the word R-I -P-A -N -S on the package and accept no substitute. R-I -P-A -N -S, 10 for 5 cents, or twelve packets for 48 cents, may be had at any drug store. Ten samples and one thousand testimonials will be mailed to any address for 5 cents, forwarded to the Ripans Chemical Co., No. 10 Spruce St., New York. Henry Romeike's Bureau of Press Cuttings, IIo Fifth Avenue, New York, Reads every paper of importance published in the United States, and through its European Agencies in London, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna every paper of importance published in Europe and the British Colonies. One subscription on any given subject will bring notices from the United States, and if desired also from the European papers. -- WRITE FOR TERVIS- Please mention this Magazine when writing to advertisers.