THE PALMER SCHOOL OF CHIROPRACTIC, PUBLISHER“CHIROPRACTIC FOUNTAIN HEAD”DAVENPORT, IOWA, U. S. A.
Copyright, 1906, 1910, 1917 and 1920B. J. PALMER, D. C., Ph. C.Davenport, Iowa, U. S. A.
D. C., Ph. C.Pres. of
The P. S. C.
Following is a good likeness of “B. J.” He has shownindomitable will and courage in preserving the science of Chiropractic from corruption. He is zealous in protecting thisknowledge and unique adjustment for the prevention andadjustment of cause of human ills against the intrusion of other andinefficient methods.Although of a professional, rather than of a business trend of mind, he has full management of the business of the school.B. J. Palmer more than offsets any lack in business talent by hisstirring enthusiasm and his painstaking attention to the welfare andprogress of students. His interest in graduates does not terminatewhen they leave the school, but continues until firmly establishedin the remunerative practice of Chiropractic, and as long as theycontinue such unmixed.