In the summer of 1913 a prominent physician in the Middle West said that I did not have a strong organ in my body, and recommended certain medicines, special exercises, and salt baths daily. All these were necessary, he pronounced, in order that I might gain a normal condition,—a condition which I had never seemed to have.
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