In 1925, Lake Placid, Florida only had electricity between the hours of 6pm and midnight. Lee Crews opened Lake Placid Drug that year, and the next year he married Lillian Dean, a school teacher who was also known as a great cook. She began serving her home cooking at the soda fountain. In those days, Doc Crews compounded most of the prescriptions - making suppositories, powders, syrups and elixirs from raw chemicals. He treated animals as well as humans and often was summoned out of bed in the middle of the night.
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