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November 12, 1887

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JAMA. 1887;IX(20):638-639. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400190030015

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Abstract

Dear Sir :  —Through the recent offer made in your advertising pages to send our complimentary sample of Platt's Chlorides to any physician still unacquainted with it, we have received many hundreds of requests, which we have complied with, with pleasure. But there will be a few who will be disappointed by reason of their own carelessness or thoughtlessness in writing, it having been either impossible to decipher the name or the P. O. address, or the latter has not been fully given. For instance, one physician gives his P. O. address as simply Harper's Ferry, not naming the State. There being a Harper's Ferry in Iowa, one in Kentucky and another in West Virginia, it was impossible to tell where to send our sample, as, in this instance, the physician's name was not in any of our directories, and the post-mark was entirely obliterated. We will continue our offer to

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