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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 29, 1912, Image 9

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DOCTOR'S TRIPS EASY NOW, SAYS OLDEST DOCTOR
' Fremont, O.. Aug. 29. "Mod
ern medical theories may be all
right," says Dr. Peter Beaugrand,
"but before the fathers of these
bright young 'doctors were born,
we cured patients just the same
"Nobody knew anything about
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germs then, or aseptic surgery, or
pasteurizing, or serums or a lot
of other new-fangled things. But
we got, along just ajiout as well,
I guess. We kept things clean,
arid Used plenty of hot water and
good, old-fashioned physic and
lotions.."
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