FROM SADDLEBAGS TO POCKETBOOKS

B. T. WHITMORE
1900 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
Within the memory of men yet young it is not difficult to find the picture of the ancient physician, of the old type and taking a wholesome pride to himself as belonging to the old school, in fighting the battles of which he would expend a mighty polemical energy. He was an ornament to his profession, and his profession reflected honor on him. With the minister and the
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