Excerpt from Transactions of the Illinois State Dental Society at the Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting, Held at Springfield, May 10 to 13, 1898
Let every dentist in our State resolve that he will do his full duty to himself and to this society and the first step is already made. ... This resolution is half the battle. This is giving to others the most eloquent of all lessons, that of example, which teaches far more emphatically than words can teach. By thus doing our duty we incite others by imitation to perform their duty and if the majority of our practitioners will only in this way act how much wiser, how much more efficient and reliable as a whole would the entire profession of the State become.
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