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October 16, 1926


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Vanceburg, Ky.

JAMA. 1926;87(16):1322. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680160070031

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To the Editor:  —There are now only five physicians in Lewis County, and three of these are devoting little time to practice.This leaves Dr. Bertram and myself here at Vanceburg, and we have more than we can do most of the time. A state road comes across the county to Vanceburg, and almost all side roads are bad, especially in winter time. We need a doctor badly at Garrison, a good location; need one at Petersville, and could use a good man right here in Vanceburg. We need fellows who are hustlers and not afraid of work, men who can drive their own car and ride a mule if necessary; men who can do all kinds of minor surgery without a trained assistant, and who have the utmost confidence in their own ability.

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