Texas State Journal of Medicine, Volume 8, Number 2, June 1912 Page: 23
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TEXAS STATE JOURNAL qF MEDICINE ADVERTISER 23
Dr. Moody's Sanitarium
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
EXCLJSIVEIY for NERVOUS and MENTAL DISEASES, DRUG and ALCOHOL ADDICTIONS. Strictly Ethical. Treat-
ment Modern and Scientific, including HYDRO-THERAPY, ELECTRO-THERAPY, MASSAGE, Etc.
+Well equipped pathological laboratory and treatment room. Four modern buildings and two detached cottages, com-
prising about one hundred rooms, with 4,500 sq. ft. of galleries, all giving ample provision for proper classification and
for the rest cure treatment. Rooms may be had en suite or with private bath. All buildings supplied with steam heat,
electric lights and fans, hot and cold water from city artesian supply. Elegant dining rooms, capacious basement-
kitchen with dumb waiters. Cold storage plant. Private dairy farm and garden in country. - Grounds isolated and home-
like, comprising seven acres of beautiful lawns and shades, cement walks, play grounds, green house garden, etc. Two blocks
from street cars, ten minutes to city, twenty minutes to all depots, two blocks from Brackenridge Park, covering 200 acres
with beautiful walks, drives and shades. Near Mahncke Park and New Country Club. New Army Post Grounds just across
street, with officers' residences set back about one-fourth mile distant, giving a beautiful exposure with breeze and view
unobstructed in all directions. Location and locality ideal for health, rest and recuperation.
G. H. Moody, M. D., Resident Physician. T. L. Moody, M. D., Resident Physician.
J. A. McIntosh, M. D., Resident Physician. Mrs. Georgia Lee, Matron.
Address G. H. MOODY, M. D., 315 Brackenridge Avenue, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
THE BUNGALOWS-For Pulmonary Tuberculosis
JAMES D. BUOOlS, M. D., Medical Director. BOYD CORNICK, M. D., Consultant. SAN ANGELO, TEXAS.
An institution for the care and treatment of early stage cases of pulmonary tuberculosis. Patients without rea-
sonable prospects of an arrest of the disease are not received. Applicants from a distance admitted only after preliminary
correspondence with their family physician. FOR RATES AND OTHER INFORMATION, AI)I)RESS THE MEDICAL
TEXAS SANITARIUM FOR TUBERCULOSIS, Llano, Texas
Thoroughly Equipped Institution. Ideal Summer Climate, Modern Conveniences. Ethical in Management. Telephone Connections. This
Sanitarium is Devoted Exclusively to the Treatment of Tuberculosis.
OFFICERS: J. T. Wilson, M. D., President, Sherman, Texas; M. M. Smith, M. D., Secretary, Dallas, Texas.
For further information and descriptive literature, address Dr. M. M. Smith, Secretary, Dallas, or Dr. C. W. Coutant, Med. Dir., Llano, Texas.
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Texas Medical Association. Texas State Journal of Medicine, Volume 8, Number 2, June 1912, periodical, June 1912; Fort Worth, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth599854/m1/71/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Medical Association.