Dr. Andrus gave me some chloroform linament which helped some, but has taken from my mouth what little skin Brooks left on.
Dr. Andrus was on deck and saw me and had them wait until I was on board.
Andrus, they knew, was on board, and had that morning wired ahead to his traders to prepare teams and wagons.
My throat has got sore again and I must get Dr. Andrus to fix it up.
I went for Dr. Andrus, who after lighting a candle and looking in Walt's eyes, told us to take him over to the hospital.
Dr. Andrus and I play some desperate games of checkers these days.
Dr. Andrus was out, but Lew Brooks, the hospital steward, said he could do the job just as well.
There is no mention of Andrus or of an Andrus and Deere firm.
Dr. Andrus is dosing me and when it clears off I hope to feel better.
Andrus, Gertrude E., "How the library is meeting the changing conditions of child life," 188-93.