Medicine: Goat Milk

A nanny goat's baggy profile decorated one newspaper advertisement last week, and a billy goat's shaggy profile another during the same week. The billy goat invited attention to the versatility of the Seaboard National Bank, whose officers constantly dealt with matters as far away and, as far separated as Oregon and Texas, where goats abound. The nanny goat's business was more intimate. She "was pertly stating in type that a concern across the continent from the billy's bank was selling canned goat milk "for babies, delicate children and invalids . . . who...

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