In Curing Indigestion I Gained Real Health – Strength Magazine – October, 1925

It seems to me that I have been reading an unusual number of notices of deaths lately from indigestion. As the strain of competition, of city noise and the pace of living increase, the danger of indigestion will probably increase. Just the other clay a Pennsylvania man was driving his automobile, with his wife seated beside him. Suddenly she noticed that the car was steering badly, and looking at her husband, saw that his head had fallen forward on the wheel. She succeeded in stopping the car, and found that he was dead. Doctors who examined him said that death seemed to have been induced by an attack of acute indigestion.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas