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in this city and also spoke of the neces- Ring out, wild bells-and tame ones, sity of supporting the move. Unless
too; the physicians recommend this milk Ring out the lover's moon; to the people and insist upon their us- Ring in the little worsted socks. ing it for their children, the scheme Ring in the bib and spoon. will fail. It is a good move and Ring out the muse, ring in the nurse; should have the consistent support of Ring in the milk and water; all physicians at all times so that the I way with paper, pen and inksale may be sufficient to justify the My daughter, O my daughter! clealer in establishing a plant that will
-GEORGE W. CABLE. produce certified milk. At the meeting the society appropriated $100 for
Reviews and Book Notices. starting the work, but thereafter the commission will be self-supporting. A week or two after the meeting, the Progressive Medicine. A Quarterly president of the society appointed the Digest of Advances, Discoveries, and following to serve on the commission: Improvements in the Medical and Drs. Burckhardt, Ferguson, Hoskins, Surgical Sciences.
Edited by H. A. Sowder and Torian. So far they have Hare, l1. D., assisted by H. R. J. had time only to meet and arrange Landis, M. D. Vol. II, June, 1908. with Dr. Ferguson as chairman and Published by Lea & Febiger, Philadel. Dr. Torian as secretary and treasurer. phia. $0.00 a year. - Torian.
This volume of Progressive Medi
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this valuable quarterly. The subject Owin' t'th' fickleness o’ th’ Ameri- of Hernia is thoroughly discussed by can people a feller should be careful William B. Colev. The other abdomi'bout namin' his child after a great poli- nal surgical procedures are taken up tician. Like a hoss some folks do ther by E. V. Foote, who devotes 80 pages best hustlin' when ther goin' toward to this subject and reviews the recent th' stable.
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eases of the spleen, thyroid gland and I looked, and lookedl, and laughed.
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