The Curtis Courier. (Curtis, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 22, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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FIGHTING THE WHITE PLAGUE
Number tf Mata iMtitirtiwM la
Double During the Put
Sixteen state sanslorts. 21 county
auepttala and 21 municipal hospitals
for tuberculosis have been erected
and provided (or since January 1.
18o8. aaya a recent bulletin of the
National Association (or the Study
and Prevention o( Tuberculosis.
Within the last two years the aunt
her of state Institution* (or tubercu-
losis has doubled, and the number of
county and municipal Institutions has
Increased from about 20 to 80 The
expenditures of public money (or lbe
treatment of tuberculosis also has
more than doubled. Not leas than
IS,000.000 of auto money waa appro
printed for tuberculosis Institutions
In 1808, when 41 legislatures met. and
over 8800,000 la 1810, wbeu only 11
legislatures were In session The ap-
propriations of counties and cities for
tuberculosis hospitals and sanltorla
In the last two years will aggregate
fully 12.800.000, bringing the total
VERACITY OF THE BIBLE CLAIMS TO BE SQUARE MAN
After a Visit to the Holy Land Even
a Skeptic Mutt Be Con-
One thing cannot fall to Impress
eveiy visitor to ttethlehem, and. In
deed, to the Holy land generally, who
Is Imbued with true Christian faith
and a proper sense of the sanctity
of the location and of the evenu that
have transpired there, and that la the
more than remarkable correspondence
between the things and places shown
ua today as having been associated
with the life and work of the Saviour
and other events that enter luto the j going to goT*
Big Man With Geod-Natured Pace
gubmiu Reasons Why—Built
*T don't want to blow my own horn."
aatd the big man with the good
uatured face, "but I think I come un
der the head of square men "
"Did you And n hwt purse and re
store It to some ml II Iona I re?” waa
"A Hllle better than that, 1 think
Ten days before the atate elect Inn a
man cams to me and asked:
| "'John, bow do you think things are
Doling Out Knowledge.
Mrs Chugwater- Jo»l*h, w hat Is the
origin of the name Milwaukee and
what does It mean?
Mr Chugwater—It comes from the
1-atln word nillle. meaning a thousand,
and Wau Kee a Chinaman. Milwau-
kee. a thousand Chinamen Think yot
can remember that?
There's an Irouy In nature that lb
almost aura to bring those who pro-
scribe for the rsce around to taking
their own medicine.
AM IT-Tti-ntTK HOISr.KKBI
1st Ret Cross lisll Hlue It nukes clothes
clean snd sweet ss when new. All
Calvin—The doctor forbids me to
Ruth—Forbids you to drink chant-
Calvin—Well, until after hit bill la
SKIN BEAUTY PROMOTED
la tha treatment of affections of the
akin and scalp which torture, disfig-
ure. Itch, burn, scale and destroy the
of official appropriations for tubercu- , hair, as well aa for preserving, purl-
loaia hospitals up to over |8.000.000
In the past two years
In spite, however, of this good *how
Ing, the National Association for tha
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis
states that not one-tenth of the pub
lie provision for tuberculosis that IS
needed has been made. More tban
2JO.ooo tuberculosis patients are con
stantly without proper Institutional
fylng and beautifying the complexion,
fallible. Millions of women through-
out tha world rely on these pure, eweet
and gentle emollients for all pur-
poses of the toilet, bath and nursery,
and for the sanative, antiseptic cleans-
ing of ulcerated. Inflamed mucous sur-
faces. Potter Drug & Chem. Corp, Hos-
ton, Maas., sole Proprietors of the Cu-
tlcura Remedies, will mall free, on re-
quest, their latest 32-page Cuiicura
Booh on the akin and hair.
Bad end of a college boy.
A Tripe Famine.
“I want to get two pounds of tripe,
•aid the lady, entering the shop.
"Sorry, ma'am," replied the keeper,
"but we haven’t any tripe today."
"No tripe? Why, lt'a In aeaaon."
"No, ma'am, theree no tripe being
shot just now."
“No tripe being abott- Why, what
are you talking about?"
“I—I should aay, ma’am, that tb«
flsheriea commission won’t allow trip*
to be caught now.”
“Are you crexy, man? I don't want
fish! I want tripe."
“Well, what In thunder la tripe
"Why—why, I don’t know just what
It la, but If you haven't got aay I'U
try some other place."
Kept Umbrella Thirty Years.
A faithful old umbrella which has
shielded the faintly of Dr. James A
Mulllcan'of Greenwood avenue from
the storms of 30 years, was stolen on
Sunday. During the rain on that day
the physician lent the umbrella to E.
A. Beck, and while the latter was In a
store some one stole It.
"The umbrella belonged to my fath
er and has been In the family for
more than thirty years," said Doctor
Mulllcan the other night. "It haB been
covered several times.
“To persona who are unable to keep
the same umbrella for more than thir-
ty days this may seem Incredible, but
H la true," concluded Doctor Mulllcan
with a smile.—Chicago Tribune.
structure of our religious faith and
the descriptions and accounts of them,
as furnished ut In the peges of the
Holy Scriptures. They agree with
them In every respect and It la Ini
posalble, aftkr carefully considering
and comparing them, to doubt their
Identity, so exactly are they In accord
with the Bible narrative.
The work In tha Helds, the arrange-
ment of the buildings, the very arti-
cles of diet and clothing of ancleut
days ara plainly recognisable In the
doings and surroundings of today. In
deed, where modern methods have not
become obtrusive the manners and
customs of the people remain iuu> b
the came aa In the days of the pres
ence on earth of the Saviour. Be-
tween the descriptions given in the
Bible of localities, climatic and geo-
graphical conditions, distance*, etc.,
of these times and those of today
ihere la hardly any discrepancy. Kveu
a skeptic, considering this remarkable
accord of circumstances with the
Hlhllea! narrative, cannot but be con
vinced of Its veracity; to the believer
It comes ns a wonderful conviction,
a satisfactory corroboration or en-
couragement to see things as those
who described them bo graphically
saw them so long ago.—Columbian
"'All my way,' I replied.
“ Will It be a landslide ?'
“ Hut I'm told that It will go the
Don’t you believe It. I n seeing
the signs In the sky. Hot my way
llut area up Hut all you've gut.
You'll be a sura winner.'
"Aud he took your advice, did he*"
"He did. Went right off and made a
bet within un hour."
"And about the landslide?"
“It landslided the other way. Tea.
my party got hurled ten feet deep "
“But where did the square deal
“Oh. I saw him afar off on the street
next day and ran to him and banded
htiu f><) ceuts"
"He'd bet that and lost. It was hit
all 1 restored It to him. Square deal,
snd he Is a happy man. No compli-
ments, gentlemen. 1 am built that
The most valuable fealure of sum
cess la the struggle that precede# U.
Many who u<e.1 to stink* 1«V> eigaff
now buy lewis' Single Hinder straight 8a,
motive la the publla
It Worked Well.
“How la the new filing system?
cess?" asked the agent of the mer-
chant to whom he had sold a "system’’
a few days before.
“Great!" aald the merchant.
“Good!" aald the agent, rubbing his
hands. "And how la business?"
"Business?" echoed the merchant.
“Oh, we have stopped business to at-
tend to the filing system."
The Way of Life.
It la being aald of an elderly man In
business In Atchison: “He can’t stand
punishment as be formerly could."
And there is punishment to be en-
dured in making a living; don't forgot
It Look over your own experience,
and you will detect punishment every
hour of the day. If it isn't at home, It
la on the etreet car or on tho road
How many ways there are to punish
a man who tries his best to get alonrf
and behave himself. And after a man
gets old It Is more evident every yeai
that the poor fellow can’t stand pun
Ishment aa he could when he was
Important to Sloth era
Examine carefully every bottle of
CA8TORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In TJee For Over 80 Years.
The Kind Tou Have Always Bought
“This cork la very tight In your
brandy bottlo. I can't budge It."
“Yea, that’s the nature of cork. It
was put there to keep the bottle’s
spirits from going down."
Pound the Answer Was “Coffee.*
Many pale, sickly persons wonder for
years why they have to suffer ao, and
eventually discover that the drug—caf-
feine—in coffee is the main cause of
“I waa always very fond of coffee
and drank it every day. I never had
much lleah and often wondered why I
waa always so pale, thin and weak.
“About five years ago my health
completely broke down and I was con*
fined to my bed. My stomach waa In
such condition that I could hardly take
sufficient nourishment to sustain Ufa.
“During thla time I waa drinking cof-
fee, didn't think I could do without it.
“After awhile I came to the concln
■ion that coffee waa hurting me, and
decided to give It up and try Postum
I didn't like the taste of it at first, but
when it was made right—boiled untl
dark and rich—I soon became fond o>
“In one week I began to feel better
I could eat more and sleep better. Mj
alok headaches were less frequent, ant
within five months I looked and fell
like a new being, headache spells en
“My health continued to Improve and
today I am well and strong, weigh 148
pounds. I attribute my present health
to the life-giving qualities of Postum.'
Read "The Road to Wellvllle." lr
pkgs. “There's a Reason."
Ever read the above letter? A see
eao appears froa* tlaie te tlase. The;
era geaalaa* tree, aad fall m
TO DRIVEjOJFT MALIBU ^
Taka the OH Standard UUOVK'S TAHTKUtSS
CHILI, TONIC. Tou know a bat you are taking.
'11m formula 1* plainly printed on every bottle,
ttowing It lajilmply Uulntne and Iron In a t««te-
laaa form. The Quinine drive* out the malaria
and tbe Iron ballaa up
deaisn for N yean. t*rl<
■ be system. Sold by aU
ice 60 centa.
Cause and Effect.
“He’s a poet of passion, isn't he?"
"Yes; I've seen him fly Into one
when his verses were returned."
Worth Its Weight In Gold.
PETTITS EYE SALVE strengthen* old
eyes, tonic for eye strain, weak and watery
eves. Druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo,
tf. Y. _
More reforms have been prevented
by friends wbo demanded them imme-
diate and complete, than by foes who
did not want them at all.
Tn css# of psin on the lungs Hamlins
^Visard Oil acti like a mustard plaster,
except that it is more effectQe and is so
much nicer and cleaner to use.
Why Is It that a large woman al-
ways takes a small man seriously?
RED CROSS BAM. BLUR
Should be in every home. Ask your grocer
for it. Large 2 ox. package only 5 centa.
“Yea, Henry, I've traveled Into
ery corner of tbe globe."
"The globe la n spherical body,
uncle. Therefore It has no comers!"
Stepmother of Mint Julep.
Romance and poetry have delighted
to weave garlands with which to cele-
brate and perpetuate the glory of the
blue grass in old Kentucky, famed for
Ita fine horaea, beautiful women and
Kentucky haa been designated aa
the borne of the mint julep, aud Ita
colonels have become famous all over
tho world for the easy and graceful
way In which they drink whisky with
a little dash of sugar and a sprig or
two of mint in order, chiefly to over
come the necessity for a large amount
of water In the beverage. Tbe true
Kentuckian doesn't want his whisky
It transpires, however, that the real
home of the mint and the mint julep
is right her# In Missouri, whose crop
of mint last year amounted to 7,653
pounds, or enough to make 1,224,320
Juleps. This amount Includes the mar-
keted product only, no account having
been taken of the counties! thousands
of juleps which were compounded dur-
ing the year with a base of tbe undi-
luted moonshine whisky that never
paid a cent of tax.—St. Louis Star.
When It Was Rougher.
Paul Wlthlngton, tha Harvard coach,
was praising the milder football of
"Football lu the '90s was a terrible
game," said Mr. Wlthlngton. “Hour-
get, you know, devoted a whole chap-
ter of ‘Outre Mer' to Ita horrors
Some of tbe stories of the football of
‘90 or '91 are, In fact, almost Incred
"A Philadelphia sporting editor re-
turned one November Saturday from
West Philadelphia with a pale, fright-
“ Many accidents at the game?' a
police reporter naked him.
" ‘One frightful accident,' replied
the sporting editor. ‘A powerful mule
from a neighboring coal dealer's en
tered the Held, blundered Into one of
the hottest acrlmmages and got
If you are sickly and run
down and very easily nub-
jected to Colds* Grippe
or Stomach Ills you can-
not take a better medicine
than the Bitters. Thous-
ands have already proven
this , why not you today?
Of Course Bhe Mutt.
“What time does the dance begin?”
“Then we must bo thero at 8:80."
“I must havo nt least an hour In
tho dressing room to rearrange my
W« Inll frnmktmt §mi
HV bwl Barks! prints.
Writs for NftrosMiiBl
wnnkljr print list
B. 8A8EL A SONS,
>11*11 a Vm, BMm.
tt »flHet*d Wits
W. N. U, WICHITA. NO. IB-1!10l
NOT A PENNY TO PAY
FOR FULLEST MEDICAL EXAMINATION
Professor Munvon has engaged s staff of specialists that art
renowned leaders in their line.
Thero is no question about their ability, they are the finest phy-
sicians that colleges and hospitals have turned out and receive tbe highest
He offers their service to you absolutely free of cost. No matter
what your disease, or how many doctors you have tried, write to Profes*
eor Munyon’s physicians snd they will give your case careful and prompt
attention and advise you what to do. You are under no obligations to
them. It will not cost you a penny, only the postage stamp you put on
All consultstions are held strictly confidentiaL
Add row Munyon’s floctors, Munyon’s Laboratories, 53d A Jefferson
Streets. Philadelphia, Pa.
Hew He Lest Out.
D«8hort—Don’t you—er—think you
could learn to love me, Miss Oldgold?
Miss Oldgold—Well, I don't know.
DeShort—Of course you can. One Is
never too old to learn, you know.
High Quality Food Products
Packed lor Particular People
Bold bj Erst class dealers everywhere.
JETT i WOOD GROCER CO., NaMtsetsrsrt sad JoMsrt, Widths, Kaa.
Some women wear big hats because
they have small heads.
straight 5c cigar-
Binder, the famous
-annual sale 9,500,000.
to a strait-jacket.
crooked path leads
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
TOOLS and CUTLERY
The very nnea made. Ask your hardware
RICHARDS-CONOVER HARDWARE 00.
kanees City. Me. OklabeeM City, (kla
A girl who Is truly mod out doesn't
feel called upon to blush when there
Is no occasion for It.
For children t**tbl
ttauuiai iun,al lay • p*
low’* Soothing Byrap.
n*. soften* lb* (iinii, rudu
;>*In.cutes wind ooilc. Me*
It's as easy to pick up experience
as It Is to drop money.
Self-reliant men shave with the
You Look Prematurely Old
■sotuss of thoss ugly, grizzly, tray hslrs. Ubs "LA ORIOH" HAIR RMTORIR. PRIOR, BI.OO, retail*
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