The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1911 Page: 9 of 10
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HIS VIEW OF IT.
Smart—Do you think the colleges
turn out the best men?
<*Yise—Sure. I was turned out in
my sophomore year.
"I wish to let you know of a couple
of recent cures which I have made
by the use of the Cuticura Remedies.
Last August, Mr. of this city
came to my office, troubled with a
severe skin eruption. It was dermatitis
in its worst form. It started with a
slight eruption and would affect most
parts of hia body, thighs, elbows,
chest, back and abdomen—and would
terminate in little pustules. The itch-
ing and burning was dreadful and he
would almost tear his skin apart, try-
ing to get relief. I recommended all
the various treatments I could think
of and he spent about fifteen dollars
on prescriptions, but nothing seemed
to help him.
"In the meantime my wife, who
was continually suffering with a slight
skin trouble and who had been try-
ing different prescriptions and meth-
ods with my assistance, told me she
was going to get some of the Cuticura
Remedies and give them a fair trial.
But as I did not know much about
Cuticura at that time I was doubtful
whether it would help her. Her skin
would thicken, break and bleed, es-
pecially oil the fingers, wrists and
arms. I could do nothing to relieve
her permanently. When she first ap-
plied the warm batfis of Cuticura
Soap and applications of Cuticura
Ointment she saw a decided improve-
ment and in a few days she was com-
"I lost no time in recommending
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*nd this was two months ago. I told
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L. Whitehead, M. D., 108 Dartmouth
St., Boston, Mass., .Tuly 22, 1910.
'BUNCHING HIS HARD LUCK
| Sufferer From Toothache Summoned
Philosophy to His Aid During
Period of Trouble.
"Philosophers are not all dead yet,"
said the dentist. "I met one this
morning who knocked me out of two
hours' work on a day when I have
nothing to do anyhow, and will make
me work overtime tomorrow, when I
shall bo crowded with engagements.
He was howling with a tootiiche.
"Better come around and nave it at-
tended to," I said.
"Can't do it today," he said. "I'm too
"But you can't work when you are
crazy with the toothache," I argued.
"Oh, yes I can," said he. "There
are half a dozen other things I want
done to me that hurt pretty bad, and
if I have them done when my tooth
is on the rampage they won't seem so
bad, because one hurt will neutralize
the other. I always take advantage
of a toothache to dispatch those dis-
"Maybe not many people could
stand that kind of philosophy, but ap-
parently that man Is going to get
away with it,"
When a new family moves in next
door the old boy and the new boy
climb upon the fence to get acquaint-
ed, and it is done as follows:
"What's you name?"
"None of your business—what's
"None of your business. You are
"So are you."
"Don't you talk back to me!"
"And don't you to me!"
"I'm an awful fighter when I'm
"And I'm awfuller than you are!"
"I've got a dog."
"And I've .got a goat."
And five minutes later they are
toYocr Good Health and Pleasure
Come—follow the arrow 'til you join
the merry throng of palate pleased men
and women who have quit seeking for
the one best beverage because they've
Real satisfaction in every glass—snap and sparkle
and go. Quenches the thirst—cool« like a breeze
Sc Everyw her e
you tee an
A r row think
Should Report Tuberculosis Cases.
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is well-enforced law requiring that
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Several cities in non-registration
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local ordinances requiring that tuber-
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about 100 cities in the United States
which have ordinances of this nature.
[f Good—Convenient Vl
That Might Be Inducement.
It was during the hot spell and on
the hottest night of the week that a
j South Side teacher took a number of
her little charges for a car ride. In
j the public square they piled out and
] were marched to the telescope set up
by a man who vends peeps at the
heavenly bodies at so much per peep.
The children were told that they
might look at the moon, a little lec-
ture accompanying the lesson that the
moon was a cold body.
"Te?cher," spoke up one little South
SIder, "when you look through the
glass does your face get cold?"—
Grandmother—And now would you
like me to tell you a story, dears?
Advanced Child—Oh, no, granny,
not a story, please; They're 60
stoodgy and unconvincing and as out-
of-date as tunes in music. We should
much prefer an impressionist word-
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"How does Slithers feel about that
chauffeur who ran off with his car and
his daughter?" asked Wilkes.
"He's mighty grateful," said Bil-
dad. "He says the poor idiot relieved
him of his two most expensive 'pos-
Smile on wash day. That's when you use
Red Cross Ball Blue. Clothes whiter than
snow. All grocers.
Our idea of a true philosopher is a
man who la able to explain away his
aults to the satisfaction of himself.
When we saw her she stopped pant-
ing by the road to rest. It was the
shell road in Bay St. Louis, and Bhe
was black. Beside her was a heavy
market basket filled to overflowing.
We smiled at her with sympathetic
friendliness and she responded with
full and free confidence.
"Yessam. I is some tiahed. An'
lame. All painful wid miseries.
Yassm. I coulda dane sen' some one
else to mahket fo' me. Mah grandson
he coulda done gone. But I dasn't
trus' him. He spends mah money too
He Is happy whose circumstances
suit hie temper. But he is happier
who can suit his temper to any cir-
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Johnny—Not as long as there's a
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Some girls are afraid to go down-
town by themselves for fear a man
may not try to flirt with them.
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1911, newspaper, June 29, 1911; Cashion, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107660/m1/9/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.