For two years this journal has carried its message to many doctors hungry for straight therapeutic truths.
We have derived great pleasure from the strong and happy expressions of every reader, that we are giving them exactly what they were craving.
Practical facts without stint, from many readers, have poured in upon us, and unusual and important case reports and valuable experience written in a specific manner; these we have given to all.
The truth from all, for all and to all, has become exceedingly popular with our readers. A single truth from each doctor, and many truths for every doctor, is the practical plan that has won universal approval, and has been carried out to the extreme satisfaction of all.
We have been flooded with praises, compliments, congratulations and blessings, for giving to our readers the meat of the nut in therapeutics.
Doubt has no place in this journal. Hope, assurance and confidence are our winners.
We started with seven hundred in our family with our first number and have increased, many-fold, and all the members of the family are close friends.
Doctor, WE NEED YOU AND YOU NEED US for the coming year.
COME WITH US AND WE WILL DO YOU GOOD.
Very truly yours, THE EDITOR
Ellingwood's Therapeutist, Vol. 2, 1908, was edited by Finley Ellingwood M.D.