With lots of patience and no patients, old Dr. Clinton finds business mighty slack. He consults an old friend, and they unanimously decide to employ a good-looking young physician from another city. They engage Dr. Baldwin, who fills the bill precisely. He is married, but for business reasons, they keep this to themselves. It is soon known among the inhabitants that he has taken Dr. Clinton's business, and all the love-sick maidens begin to feel so badly, they are unable to find relief for their heart troubles until they have consulted Dr. Baldwin, who, the moment he feels their pulse, or writes them out a prescription, feel better and recover. Dr. Clinton's business booms. His consulting room, under the direction of his young physician, is always filled with attractive patients. After a few months, Dr. Baldwin sends for his young and pretty wife. Her husband tells her that she, too, for business reasons, must not let on that she is his wife. Mrs. Baldwin is just as popular with the ...
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