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Philadelpia, Pa., Aug. 8, 1898.
To the Editor:
—We beg to inform you that the validity of Letters Patent on Antitoxin recently granted by the U. S. Patent will be duly tested in the proper courts. We write to authorize you to make the public statement that we will protect to the utmost, purchasers and users of Mulford's concentrated antitoxic serum and other antitoxins. We hasten to make this in order that the demand for the remedy, which increases as the season advances, may be supplied without delay or hesitancy.We have secured the services of W. Horace Hepburn, Esq., and Howson & Howson, competent attorneys of this city, to represent us, and have no doubt but that the claim will be disallowed, in justice to our country in general, and each family in particular.Thanking you for your interest in the matter, we remainYours very truly,
H. K. Mulford Company, Mulford HK. Antitoxin. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(8):424. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450080050015
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