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AN IMPROVED ADENOID CURETTE
Journal of the American Medical Association
If two bottling plants are located in one town the milk must be brought by wagon from a greater distance in order that each may get its full supply. The greatest danger is before the bottling plant is reached. It is not necessarily because of a "trust" agreement that we find only one bottling plant in a place. I strongly suspect that the recent cry of "trust" originates with such a farmer as Dr. Craven met one day. Dr. Craven demanded that suitable floors be put in the dairy barn, that it bedoi:10.1001/jama.1908.25310400033004 fatcat:muc7rgpqwrbzxkba2o5hv7plme