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Friday, November 14, 1010
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
pßi L. G. KIMZBY
Office at White's Drug Store
Residence 1503 Star Route St.
Res. phone 36, Office phone 126
j. L. GIIxLELAND, M. D.
Res. Tel. 2962 Oflce Tel. 3R
Office on Alder St.
Diseases of Women and Obstetrlcts
Specialist
DR. M. J. BBISTEL
Physician and Surgeon
Large X Ray for Diagnosis
Special treatments for eye, ear, nose
»nd throat diseases —Glasses fitted
A. T. LUKINS
physician am! Surgeon
Rooms 202-3-4 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Office Phone 15
Residence Phone. 147
0. F. NEWBROUGH, D. C.
Doctor of Chiropractic
114-15 First National Bank Bldg.
Calls Answered
Office phone 32; Res. phone 1734
D. C. DOW
Attorney at Law
Room 14, First National Bank Bldg.
Thos. Neill F. E. Sanger
NEILL A SANGER
Attorney- at Law
First National Bank Building
W. H. BTRAUB B|^fc_
Optical Specialist $^ Sk k
Strictly Correct S*J_nßra_Pt_
Glasses Guaranteed
Room 3, Emerson Building
Phone 3681
DR. A. E. HUDSON
Dentistry
Dental X-Ray Equipment i
Office, New First National B'k Bldg.
Phone 166
DR. A. A. ROUNDS
Dentist
Office in Emerson Building
Phone 63
DR. FREEMAN L. BALL
* Eye Specialist
Graduate McCormlck
Am P% Mod teal College. Chl
@gflf& cago. 111., for Ever and
Nerves.

! Ramer's
ji Chocolates
11 Direct from the Factory Ji
'! They will Please You ji
|! THORPE'S j!
ii SMOKE HOUSE i|
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ji Phone 28 j]
ij Where Everybody Goes ij
ii »r s !►.
Try an j;
Oyster
Cocktail
|j We know ji
how to ji
make jj
them ji
"Col. A. V. BALL
will Cry Your Sale
And Guarantee Perfect
Satisfaction
Call me at my expense at
Peck, Idaho
THIS IS THE RED CROSS
CHRISTMAS SEALS CiIRL
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BEVERLY HAVES
Beverly Hayes says: "Buy Red Cross Christmas Seals. They protect
little children from the ravages of tuberculoid*.. They build a barrier of
health about the workers of the nation. They protect homes -your home.
"They spell hope, assurance ana physical ami economic rehabilitation to
more than one million people in the United states who have tubercu
losis, if you purchase enough Red Cross Christmas Seals, the death
rale of this dread plague will be materially reduced.
"Last year 160,000 people fell victims of the disease'; Twelve thousand
of these were little children. Think f it: This death toll Is needless. If
we all do our part in the sale this year, next years death rate will be small
er. It will be reduced year by year until eventually tuberculosis has pass
ed into the oblivion which has already engulfed smallpox, leprosy and
typhoid fever."
RED GROSS S-ALS
ARE HEALTH AGENTS
Idea Was Originated In This
Country in 1908 by Miss
Emily P. Bissell, ot Wil
mington, Del.
FIRST SALE YIELDED 53.000
National Tuberculosis Association,
Which Sponsors Sale, Will Place
650,000,000 Seals on Sale to
Finance the Fight Against
Tuberculosis.
HT.MtAITH AND A l*Tj|
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The Red Cross Seal as millions of
Americans know it to clay, Is an agent
of happiness and health. It was orig
inated in 1907 by -Miss Emily P. Bissell,
of Wilmington, Delaware, who learned
through Jacob Rlis of somewhat simi
lar seals that were sold in Norway for
the purpose of raising funds with
which to light tuberculosis.
Miss Bissell persuaded the Ameri
can Red Cross to take up the idea with
the result that seals were sold in a
limited number of communities in
1908 The sale yielded a revenue of
approximately $3,000. The Red Cross
then decided to Issue the seals each
year and to turn the proceeds over to
the National Tuberculosis association
and Its affiliated societies for the pur
pose of financing the campaign against
tuberculosis. The number of seals
sold In America Increased by leaps
and bounds until In 1017 the total
reached 180,000,000.
This year the seals are again on
sale beginning December 1. More
than half a billion seals have been
printed for distribution to state and
local agents. In addition to the
seals "Health Bonds" in denomina
tions ranging from $5.00 to 1160.00
are to be sold In lieu of seals to
large contributors, who do not send
out a sufficient quantity of mall in
ember to make use of all the seals
they would like to purchase. The
combined quotas of all the state or
ganizations call for more than $0,500,
--000 to carry out the intensive educa
tional campaign being conducted by
,]„. National Tuberculosis Association
and Its 1,000 affiliated societies.
The intensive -ale of these seals
represents a practical demonstration
of every lesson that has been learned
reg'trdiiig scientific distribution. Ex
perts of the highest, standi** hi sales
management have co-operated to the
ex'ent-'of assuring those Interested
,j in . every resident of the ('tilted
States will have an opportunity " buy
Roil Cros* Christmas Seals.
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THE PULLMAN HERALD
WORKERS NEEDED TO
FIGHT WHITE PLAGUE
National Tuberculosis Association,
Which Sponsors Red Cross Seal
Sale, is Conducting Intensive
Educational Campaign.
A call for volunteers to fight under
the standard of the National Tubercu
losis Association and Its 1000 affiliated
bodies throughout the country against
tuberculosis humanity's most vicious
foe—-has been sounded.
A recent health survey, made by the
experts of the National Tuberculosis
Association, brought to light some
startling statistics with regard to the
prevelency of the disease. The find-
Ings of this survey have revealed a
national menace, which must be eradi
cated The figures show that each
year 150,000 persons die of the dis
ease and that there are approximate
ly 2,000,000 cases of tuberculosis In
the United States today.
The untaught consumptive—one who
docs not know the rules of health, Is
an Indefatigable spreader of the dis
ease. Wherever he goes, he leaves be
hind him a trail of the deadly germs.
The National Tuberculosis Associa
tion and its affiliated bodies have en
tered upon an intensive nation-wide
educational campaign. The campaign
will he localised and within a short
time there will be ample work for
many thousands of volunteers.
The National Tuberculosis Associa
tion and its affiliated bodies are fi
nanced largely by the annual sale of
Red Cross Christmas Seals. To make
possible the carrying out of this cam
paign, more than 650,000,000 seals will
be offered for sale during the holi
days. Stats and local tuberculosis
associations have at hand valuable
local data regarding the disease and
actual conditions in the communities
where they are located. The officers
of these bodies eagerly welcome In
quiries.
DOUBLE BARRED GROSS
ADOPTED 17 YEARS AGO
The double barred Red Cross Is
seventeen years old this month. In
October, 1002, the International Anti-
Tuberculosis Association, then meeting
in Berlin, adopted the cross as the
emblem of the world-wide tight against
tuberculosis. It was proposed by Dr.
i;. Sersiron, of Paris, It Is a com
bination of the Croix de Lorraine and
the cross of the Greek Catholic
church, Beth crosses are symbolic of
charity and help to humanity. Their
Combined features were select* and
adopted as the symbol of the hope of
civilization. Four years later, is 1900.
the double barred Red Cross was car
ried into this country. It was in 1906,
the National Tuberculosis Association
was formed, and for the three inter
vening years the cross has been car
ried over the United States by the
National Tuberculosis Association and
Its affiliated bodies, which now num
ber one thousand.
The work of these organizations 's
financed chiefly by the Red Cross
Christmas Seal sale.
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% iB-^r^*'^'?^ '' S9P^ Oil gives comfortable warmth with
*""""•'* ET -^£- M 3s|fl out dust and dirt. Lights at the
«^£__fiti)*te^ :lfr ' touch of a match— gives instant
fltfi3fcs»Zl "Z" Wi heat. No sinol<e > no ocJor- Economi-
Piir^^Ol^i I Ca^' consumed only when heat
/^j^- "'"-. 1^ Pearl Oil is refined and re-refined
,i^^^^^^glS2^^^ by our special process which makes
Ifc^nP^rW lt clean fuming. For sale in bulk
Will^^>V<>?H by dealers everywhere the same
s^ + *^* jv high-quality kerosene as the Pearl
dm kfeßHAitf^ Oil sold in five-gallon cans. There
Jf^\^ wS^r{ is a saving by buying in bulk. Order
M ' -CL We recommend Perfection Oil Heaters
« STANDARD OIL COMPANY
fif PEARL OIL
(KEROSENE)
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rolling em with \
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the national joy smoke *-"' Pound Im humidors —
f/ie national joy smoke a ,„i ,i..,t ci,,.,, P r.ct,c.i
pound crystal glass humidor
ROLLING your own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just J^iEEft^KK/X
„ • , -Jf . , - . such fort condition!
. about as joy us a sideline as you ever carried aroxind in D, „ „-^ ,
* * * R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
your grip ! For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality, Company
flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your gntmum^ °
life as every "P. A. home-made" will present you ! »^^fej^&%^>
Prince Albert puts new smokenotions under your bonnet! It's so J_fei> ■■"***&>«■ . **^**jfi£
delightful rolled into a cigarette—and, so easy to roll! And, you just take ffVtfftf%^iTi <<tTO
to it like you been doing it since away back ! You see, P. A. is crimp cut R k«_^_ttWM__U_Li§_|
and a cinch to handle ! It stays put— and you don't lose a lot when you _Ps_l^T_j
start to hug the paper around the tobacco I Wm tiW^^^^m
You'll like Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a home- |J|| p^lt Wsk
rolled cigarette, too! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented |fp| WfflM Jtftf
process. You know P. Ais the tobacco that has led three men to smoke lfl||„ W&m Mp&
pipes where one was smoked before. Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the |.^^^!^^g^_^P|
way. And, mt-o-my, what a wad of smokesport will ripple your way B^MyMflfrffirJMll
every time you fill no I
PULLMAN HERALD, ONE YEAR FORI!
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