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Dr. William Bevier was born on December 31, 1822. William would attended medical school at the Cincinnati, Ohio Eclectic Medical Institute and became a physician in 1848. He would begin his practiced in Salem Center in Steuben County indiana. In 1867 he ran a practice and drug store in Waterloo, Indiana. Having a very large patronage from the northern half of DeKalb County. He made the treatment of chronic diseases a specialty. The doctor had a wide and deserving reputation, he had superior knowledge of therapeutics, had an analytical mind, was quick of perception, and seldom was in error in any detail of his diagnosis. He had the gift of memory to the extent he could relate in detail every remedy he had used and its effect in every case in his fifty years of practice. He died in Waterloo on December 29, 1902 at the age of eighty years.

Below is a dose glass from his practice.

dr. wm bevier


MD's in DeKalb County, IN.

Frank & Frank Jr.(Wicker) Bottle Collection.

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