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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 14, 1912, Image 6

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How He Treated Her.
A certain osteopath was treat
ing a young woman who had very
weak ankles and wrists. As she
lived in a town quite a distance
from his own city hewas forced to
leave the citjr Saturday of each
week and sro to the town in which
the young woman lived, give Eec
the treatment Sunday, and return
to the office Monday. A friend
once asked the osteopath how he
had arranged to give the young
woman the treatment for her
ankles and wrists when she lived
at such a distance, and the osteo
path replied: "Oh, I go out and
treat her week ends." Lippin
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