The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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OLD HUH RESORT
TEMPLE WHERE HIPPOCRATES
PRACTICED IN 500 B. C.
Greek Patients Treated 2,400 Years
Ago Much as They Would Be in
a Modern Hospital — Ruins
New York.—The most famous of the
ancient Greek health temples and th
last whose ruins have been brought
into view Is on the Island of Cos In the
-dCgean sea, not far from the south'
west corner of Asia Minor.
There were larger health temples
than that of Cos, but the newly discov-
ered temple Is the most celebrated of
them all, because it was there that
Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine,
Btudled and practiced the art of heal-
ing and wrote some of the books that
have come down to us. It was therf
that he freed medicine from some of
the ancient superstitions and that his
powers of observation and scientific
insight led blm to discoveries of new
truth that were a blessing to the
Greeks for centuries after his death.
This forerunner of the modern hos-
pital was built about 2,400 years ago.
The place where it stood had been so
changed by earthquakes and the rav-
ages of time and men that it was not
identified as the sito of the health
temple of Hippocrates till three years
Then two Uritish architects began
digging and found inscriptions proving
that on this spot the long-lost temple
stood. Excavations were rapidly
pushed and the foundations and ruined
buildings, now revealed, were found
to cover an area ot 590 feet from north
to south and 423 feet from east to
So much has been found that it is
not difficult to make a mental picture
of the ensemble of the beautiful build-
ings (hat stood here over 2,000 years
Hit LECTURE ON JOB.
Brother Dickey Thinks He Was Oveh.
rated as Patient Man.
"I dunno what dey call Job a patient
man fer," said Brother Dickey, "kazo
of all de growlers I ever hearn tell on
be sho' wuz de growlinest. But ho
sho' did have enough ter make him
growl—dat he did. De devil say:
kooky yere, Job, you in my power,
now, an' I gwine ter 'flict you wid a
few biles.' An' Job say: 'All right;
I kin stan' it ef you kin.' But de biles
commence ter break out so thick an'
fas' dat Job say: 'Looky yere, man,
dese ain't no biles—dis de smallpox,
sho' ez you bo'n.' An' he eetch and
eetch s# dat he had ter scratch hls-
«e'f wid a goat's head. Don de devil
git In a high win' and blow down Job's
house; an' dat wuz too much. So ol'
Job llf up his voice an' he say:
'Looky yere, I bargain fer biles, but I
didn't want no harricane th'owed in
fer good measure.'"—Atlanta Consti-
NECESSITY OF SPRAYING
TO CONTROL DISEASE
Profitable Fruit Raising Possible by Intelligent Treatment—
By F- I— Washburn, Minnesota State Entomologist.
Kaisers of fruit are coming to real | sulphate
lie more and more every year that
spraying is a necessary accompani-
ment lo successful fruit raising. When
a veteran horticulturist, speaking be-
fore his fellow-workers In the llorti |
(blue stone) in water, in
a wooden or earthen receptacle
(never in metal); and, in another
vessel, slaking three pounds of
quick lime. We add to each of these
enough water to make 25 gallons of
The greatest drawback to the hog
Industry which breeders in this coun-
try have to contend with is what is
known as "hog cholera" and "swine
Hog cholera Is a highly contagious
disease and unless checked is liable
tA carry off a great number of hogs in
a very short time.
Mr. A. P. Williams, of Burnetts
Creek, Ind., tells of an experience
which he had with some hogs that
had the cholera. "Five years ago,"
says Mr. Williams, "I was in the em-
ploy of Mr. J. D. Richardson, Lafay-
ette, Ind., as his barn foreman. Some
fine hogs that I was feeding took the
cholera. I gave them Sloan's Lini-
ment and did not lose a hog. Some
were so bad they would not drink
sweet milk and I was compelled to
drench them. I have tried It at every
opportunity since aud always find It
Write for Dr. Sloan's free book on
the treatment of Horses, Cattle, Hogs,
and Poultry. Address: Dr. Earl S.
Sloan, 615 Albany Street, Boston,
RESOLVED TO SNUB EVE.
cultural society, says: "I thought at j each (50 gallons In all). When wanted
one time I need not spray my trees, j for use we pour together equal
but I am convinced now that it Is the j amounts of the lime solution, stirring
only way to be sure of good fruit, and ; it up well at the time, and the blue
i am going to do it," wo are impressed [ stone solution. As long as the two
by two things; first It is a pleasure lo I solutions are kept separate and pre-
see a man of advancing years (at j vented from evaporating they will pre-
which time wo don't really change our serve (heir goodness for some time.
views), open to conviction and willing
to depart from old methods and take
up the new; secondly, such a remark,
coming from one who has been a
close observer for many years, im :
presses us with the need of such pro i
certainly for several weeks, but when
mixed they should be used immedi-
If common Paris green is added to
this mixture at the rate of one
pound to every hundred gallons, or
anywhere from three to six pounds
It was scientifically demonstrated I of arsenate of lead, it makes a coin-
some years ago that spraying, prop- j bined fungicide and insecticide,
erly done, saves 75 per cenf of our j which has proven to be the best
fruit otherwise destroyed either by combined spraying mixture we have.
Sanitarium Where Hippotrzles
ticed 24 Centuries A.;jr.
ago. A picture of ti* ifflsiii eniiiic
undoubtedly giving a t ir iflfw trt i„ 11
reproduced here from tbe Pj-iinmitiiuta
of the Royal institmLa ' -m.:
The site, two miles from tfce s.-i-ii. is
very beautiful. Mountains rise oc two
sides of it and it is fronted by tte
turquoise -ICgean dotted with Islands.
The buildings were grouped on three
In front is the three-sided portico
and its buildings where patients were
received and where the consultation
and operating rooms and baths were
situated. It was here that Hippoc-
rates wrote his notes on many impor-
The baths were numerous because
ho was a great believer in the re-
medial uses of water. It is supposed
that the medical school also occupied
some of the front buildings.
A flight of stairs in the middle
ground leads to the second terrace,
and here was the great altar, from
which smoke may be seen arising in
the picture, and the gymnasium, for
Hippocrates prescribed a great deal
of exercise in suitable cases On this
terrace have been unearthed many
wall slabs inscribed with wise max-
ims in regard to health that have come
down to us in the writings of Hippoc-
Reached by the broad stairs ascend-
ing to the third terrace Is the restora-
tion of the beautiful temple of Apol-
lo. The temples of all the greater
gods exactly faced the east, and tills Is
the only building in the sanitarium
that had precisely iha( orientation.
The priests of Apollo here were
trained to the care of the sick, and so
their religious ceremonies occupied
only a part of thnlr time. In (he build-
ings that surround the terrace on three
sides were the sleeping apartments of
Thus it is seen that 2,400 years ago
the sick In (his hospital were sur-
rounded by many of the advantages
which to-day are ivgarded as helpful
to Invalids. They were nursed back to
health in a lovely environment, for
here was the charm of mountains,
plain and sea—a place of rest, peace
There was the daily routine of treat-
ment by baths, exercise, massage, a
regulated diet and medicines of vege-
table origin, which usage had ap-
proved, and there were hours of sitting
out In (he sunlight In (hat pure moun-
tain air, and to divert attention from
human ills there were processions of
white-robed priests and priestesses,
with music of (lute and clthara and
the singing of paens.
Here Hippocrates won his undying
fame by his devotion and lifelong la-
bors (o help the sick and malned, to
lessen suffering of all kinds and to re-
cord his experiences and discoveries
for the benefit of future generations.
He placed curative methods upon a
Mr*. Intheswim Intended to Draw So-
cial Line in Heaven.
The minister had dropped in to tea,
and the conversation had drifted
through various channels to the ques-
tion of whether or not we should know
eafh other in heaven. Presuming that
our pltj-sfcaj beings would be perpetu-
ated- asi that iwr-gnition would be as-
WB3W&. "-1- minister had asked various
cutif tt libe rabie anxing whom the Blb-
- : : -c *o:u be most
it • £
Sprayed 1 nree limes wit.i a Poisoned Bordeaux.
fOIM IlJf.tlj ClDAd cim ;
H n uiiirjii - pin CO)t
mninm. "u-iinif t: imr
nun 'AtiL wh[> v.-iiiifi j-c i
tt litu'vui. jt-i, tafflwirwii®
rtiLj.i ij-.a : txi; v i&j- ^
fact. I do:
c -.a sL--ai
insects or by diseases, and this fact
is yearly becoming more plain to rais-
ers of fruits and berries, in view of
the growing interest in fruit raising
we must realize that pests of various
sorts will Increase every year, and
that if we are to be in any degree
a fruit-raising state, we must keep
jjace with other states in the prac-
tice of modern methods.
What then, are the pests which the
fruit raiser or the berry raiser must
fight here in the northwest? Among
plant diseases the apple scab (which
distorts the apples and impairs the
working capacity of the leaves), fire
blight (hard to control, be it said),
and various- mildews and rusts.
A host of insects menace the fruit
raiser, such as the plum curculio,
codling moths, scale Insects, plant
lice, tent caterpillars, climbing cut
worms, web worms, borers, leaf mi-
The Bordeaux nozzle is the
nozzle for this mixture, as it i
When pouring Bordeaux mixture
Into the bucket or barrel which Is
to be taken into the orchard, it
should be strained through two or
three thicknesses of cheese cloth, or
through a copper strainer, not
through burlap; the Paris green or
arsenate of lead can be added after
that. When spraying, keep the
Amongst the enemies above enu-
merated, the leading ones, which can
be controlled by spraying, are plum
curculio (worse than the codling
moth here), the codling moth, leaf-
eating caterpillar and scab. These
and others in' the list can be con-
quered by faithful and intelligent
use year after year of the above
mixture. If the grower has been ac-
Cbamp (savagely,—Your dog has
bitten a piece clean out of my dog.
Sharpe (ditto)—Confound it! I want
ed to bring him up as a vegetarian.
The surgeon's duties require clear
judgment and a steady hand. A slip
or an unnecessary incision may do ir-
reparable damage to the patient.
When he found that coffee drinking
caused his hands to tremble, an Ills,
surgeon conscientiously gave It up and
this is Ills story.
"For years I was a coffee drinker
until my nervous system was nearly
broken down, my hands trembled so I
could hardly write, and insomnia tor-
tured me at night.
"Besides, how could I safely per-
form operations with unsteady hands,
using knives and Instruments of pre-
cision? When I saw plainly the bad
effects of coffee, I decided to stop it,
and three years ago I prepared some
Postum, of which I had received a
"The first cupful surprised me. It
was mild, soothing, delicious. At this
time I gave some Postum to a friend
who was in a similar condition to
mine, from the uso of coffee,
"A few days after, I met him and
ho was full of praise for Postum, de-
claring he would never return to cof-
fee but stick to Postum. We then or-
dered a full supply and within a short
time my nervousness and consequent
trembling, as well as Insomnia, disap-
peared, blood circulation became nor-
mal, no dizziness nor heat flashes.
"My friend became a Postum en-
thusiast, his whole family using It ex-
"It would be the fault of the one
who brewed the Postum, if it did not
taste good when served.
"The best food may be spoiled if
not properly made. Postum should be
boiled according to directions on the
pkg. Then it is all right, anyone can
rely on it. It ought to become the
national drink." "There's a Reason."
Name glvon by Postum Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to
Wellvllle," in pkgs.
total spraying cost about 17 cents pi
er barrel, tho unsprayeil ones wore li;
r tree. The sprayed apple
ners, leaf crumplers, apple maggots,
twig girdlors, etc.
It Is interesting to note that in
the instance of many of the above
(as in the case with many other
crop pests), man has beeii directly
the cause of his own suffering, for
by clearing the land and destroying
the trees and fruits which these in-
sects fed upon in the natural state,
he has made them only too ready to
attack the edible material which he
plants in the place of Nature's prod-
ucts. This state of things Is, of
course, Inevitable; man is bound
to make UBe of the soil for his own
material interests, and he has dis-
covered that he has to take active
measures against these innccts and
diseases which he has, as it were,
Incited to camp with him.
The practical fruit raiser or farm-
er asks at onco if there Is not some
inexpensive compound which, if
faithfully used, will keep in check
both fungus and insect attack. Such
a spraying compound is found in
liquid Bordeaux mixture, to which
Paris green or arsenate of lead has
been added. We have found the
best recipe for Bordeaux to be the
3.3.50 formula. This is made by
dissolving three pounds of copper
tive in spraying for a year or two,
and his orchard and its immediate
environment is kept clean, three ap-
plications during the spring and
summer should insure him sound
fruit and healthy trees. The first
application should be made just be-
fore the buds open, or just as they
are opening; the second immediately
after the last blossoms have fallen,
and the third and last about two
It must be borne in mind that
Bordeaux is a means of prevention
rather than a cure, and leaf and
fruit, when coated with it, resist the
activity of spores of fungous dis-
eases, but if the thread-like growth
of the fungus (scab for instance),
has got below the surface of the
fruit or leaf, Bordeaux mixture does
not kill it. Should a heavy rain
Immediately follow one of the above
sprayings, another spraying wo lid be
Milk Inspectors.—"My grandfather,"
said the red-nosed man in the bar,
"once knew an old fellow who insist-
ed that the ghosts came and milked
his cows every night." "Sort of milkin'
specters, eh?" commented the Cheer,
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only this time they found it in the
written word. The building had been
recently wired for electricity and un-
der the bulbs in each room directions
were posted in French, German and
English. The French was irreproach-
able, the German nearly so. The Eng-
lish read as follows: "To open and
shut the lightening electrical on, is- re-
quested to turn to the right hand. On
going to bed it must be closed. Other-
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Where It Belongs.
"Excuse me," said the playwright to
his friend who was hissing the piece,
"do you think it is good form to hiss
my show when I gave you the ticket
that admitted you?"
"Certainly," resentfully replied th6
friend. "If I'd bought a ticket I would
have contented myself by going out-
side and swearing at myself."—Suc-
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