Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 5. 1906.
To the Editor:
—I note with interest the letter from Dr. Ingals in The Journal, August 4, in reference to the results obtained from the use of pollantin in hay-fever cases. Hay fever seems to be just as frequent in the south as it does in other portions of our country, and I doubt not that it is dependent on the same line of causes. I have used pollantin now for two seasons in a limited number of cases, but must say that I have experienced no decided results one way or the other. I have heard of one or two hay-fever sufferers in our city who have used the remedy with good results, but this I have not been able to verify personally. One or two of my patients thought they at first received some benefit, but later said that it did no more