Transfer to the patent medicine list cost it, in war taxes, more than $40,000.
Why, man, it would be patent medicine then, and no one could take it from you.
The patent medicine of the future is one that will be advertised only to doctors.
It might just as well have been any other patent medicine, or any fake cure.
The mediocre sawbones can always take a shop, go to India, marry a sickly widow, or invent a patent medicine.
"Sounds like the name of a patent medicine," observed Chunky.
Its a patent medicine, but lots of fellows use it in training.
America is the great field of operation for the patent medicine vender.
Why, he could read a patent medicine almanac and not have a solitary symptom of some disease.
How patent medicine firms and quacks dispose of the confidential letters sent to them.
patent medicine pat·ent medicine (pāt'nt)
A nonprescription drug or other medical preparation that is often protected by a trademark.