Again our National Association meeting is but a few days away. Again we bring to your notice the need of every loyal Eclectic of the Association and its influence, and the duty of each to the National body.
Throughout the year we have tried to keep all in touch with the efforts of the officers and committees to serve your interests.
The N. E. M. A. exists for you, not for the officers and committees; we are YOUR servants, we desire YOU to be present, for it is to you that our reports should be made, and it is for YOU to know the full year's work, our needs and the true situation.
Not for many years have your officers and committees had so much to do and so much to report that is of interest and of VITAL importance and that demands careful and thoughtful action.
While this meeting is primarily one for business, our brethren of Kansas and Missouri will not allow you to return without a taste of genuine western hospitality.
Many good things await all, who in duty to themselves and loyalty to the cause, will be at the meeting.
WILLIAM P. BEST, M. D.,
Ellingwood's Therapeutist, Vol. 2, 1908, was edited by Finley Ellingwood M.D.