For What it is Worth

Some years since the writer had a dear friend, who was the wife of a doctor. It was my privilege to visit this friend often, and stay days at a time.

The doctor's office was in his house where he lived, so it gave me an opportunity to see some things in his practice, of which I will mention a few. I have seen castile soap made into pills. Soap pills and office fee, one dollar. Brown bread rolled in flour, set to dry. Box of bread pills and office fee, one dollar. Have seen Turkish rhubarb and charcoal mixed. Five small powders, one dollar. Can get the same for five cents of any druggist.

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