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Battle Creek Letters, Page 107

unwilling to pronounce the irrevocable sentence, “But now they are hid from thine eyes.” -

A strict examination should be made in regard to the business that has been transacted in Battle Creek. This will show the standing of the institution. This examination should have been made long ago. The business standing of all our medical institutions is to be carefully and correctly presented before our people, that they may know the real situation of the medical work, where it stands, what it is doing, whether or not it is producing as well as consuming.

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