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My husband was a practising physician of homoeopathy in Southern Illinois for fifty years and accumulated a large medical and surgical library in those years. He died two years ago and I would like to dispose of the book and also his splendid collections of instruments and drugs. He was a subscriber to your Homoeopathic Recorder and I have taken your name from that publication.


To the Editor of the Recorder:.

My husband was a practising physician of homoeopathy in Southern Illinois for fifty years and accumulated a large medical and surgical library in those years. He died two years ago and I would like to dispose of the book and also his splendid collections of instruments and drugs. He was a subscriber to your Homoeopathic Recorder and I have taken your name from that publication.

I realize that during the war is a bad time to dispose of these items, but if you know of any young physician who might use them I will appreciate hearing from you. We in Chester greatly need a homoeopathic physician, as the people have never been without one for almost one hundred years until now and they are like “sheep without a shepherd.” A fine practice awaits the right man.

NELLE A. ASZMAN.

Allan D. Sutherland