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    H. L. BROWN, D.O.

    H. L. Brown, D. O. In professional circles of Piqua, one who has already attained a generous measure of success and confidence is Dr. H. L. Brown, osteopathic physician. He is a native of Piqua, born April 22, 1892, a son of James and Josephine (Penney) Brown, who are well known in this community where the father is identified with the automobile industry. The only child of his parents, H. L. Brown attended the graded and high schools of Piqua, and after his graduation from the latter went to Miami University for two years. While attending that institution he became interested in the subject of osteopathy and eventually decided upon a career in that profession. Accordingly he enrolled as a student at the Chicago College of Osteopathy, from which he was graduated with his degree after taking a full course of four years. At that time he entered the army as a member of the Medical corps and was assigned to Camp Sherman. After staying there for a period he was sent overseas with the Thirty-second division, being attached to a machine gun unit, and after the signing of the Armistice accompanied his detachment with the Army of Occupation into Germany. He was eventually sent back to this country and was mustered out of the United States service May 29, 1919. In July of that year Doctor Brown came back to Piqua, where he at once engaged in practice. He has succeeded in attracting a large and remunerative clientele, and at this time occupies suite 7, in the Scott-Slawson Building, where he has all the appliances pertaining to the practice of his calling. Doctor Brown has numerous friends throughout the city who are watching his advancement with gratified interest.

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