Queer, Quaint Old San Antonio: Its Climate in Throat and Lung Diseases Page: 21
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enough want to know how they are to pass the time while
waiting for recovery to come to tlemi; or, rather, how
they are to assist the climatic r~e(,~ rces nia l ,mts i v
through diversion and exercise.
'\W hat am I to do? "' o tie p Ltieit this l ,l, -
less etnullli is often of menaci- )r( pporti()ons, and the
provision of mental occu
ipancy has been a lonlg-n\ I
question in every phlisician . . "e:i . .
experience. lp fom I -
ida's orange groves comes th I
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C i fornia al utis
toll list's accusations of miio-
inotony and down from Col-
ora(lo's mountains, across
rolling )rairie and through
tangled wood, it wails again.
more of diversion, but not enough to
S offset the disadvantages of its hot and dusty Summer
t ' IIand its cold and rally \Villter. Texas, in the mainu
Shas )ut little to interest the tourist or health seeker,
and in his mind the wail will g-o out again as hlie con-
templates a \Vinter in that direction.
But this is sillmply because he is not informed. He (loesn't know \lhat a lluaint old
city San Antonio really is. IHe doesn't know that it combines in rare degree the features of
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