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,.! iv JIT ARCH 10. 1922
,nTK HEALTH LETTER I
. ' v Uef. State Health Com
I,r V mlMloner.)
.. , nturipo the world has been
, i, , i -a- ml at thc Ramc timc
ih f.cdlnp them and building
nJ ..i. ....j ..f ffinrpnlment.. If
r...i,i tlii'in on cciual terms
l,.!i them food and hidlriR
,. tiiu-t organize and unite
..nuiiunities of these pests.
. I..,. im iiocess to train will
l0r,um. an averse ; of two ounces a
,., . irried away or rendered unfit
f r ii...'i far m than tha-1 nctunl,y
LI The average cost of keeping
' t .... the fa In a warehouse
f fr..n throe to five dollais a year.
., U prolific. A female rat
wffl brtnl from four to ten times a
;,;r, ami hi ing forth an average of
t,,n vuiiir nt a time.
Hc-ide- being a heavy economic
bunlii. "- waster of food, thc rat
u menaio to the life and health of
human beings. It is said carry and
sprnd thc genus of tuberculosis, sop
ile pneumonia, epidemic jaundice.
ma,.., diptheria. typhoid, scarlet
aRd ..'her fevers. Its parasites con
vey hubnnic plague to man, and it has
also been suspected of being a earner
of infantile paralysis. ....
Methods of destroying rats include
traV vol-an. dogs, cats fumigation
and various weapons of defense; nlso
starving him by using rat-proof
iecoptncle- for food and covered met
al car-babe cans; by depriving him of
breeding plaies; by refusing the com
fort of your buildings through rat
nroof construction; by killing him at
irury opportunity; by demanding city
anti-rat ordinances and state anti-rat
Important points to strive for in
"Rout thc Rat" campaigns are clean
liness in markets, btores, ware
houses, slaughter houses, alleys, sta
bles. acant lots and dwellings; the
prompt removal daily of all waste,
garbage and manure; the destruction
of old straw and other trash piles, and
the wrecking of old sheds, buildings
and walks; the piling of lumber and
wood in close stocks at a distance of
18 inches from the ground.
Two kinds of poison Bre used
against rats barium carbonate in oe
cupled houses and buildings; stryc
nine (sulphate) for outside work. In
the use of poisons care must be ex
ercised to protect children, domestic
animals and fowls.
All rats collected for counting
should be cremated or buried two feet
under the ground and not thrown in
to the street of highway.
Clubs may be organized for the
express purpose of killing rats. Such
clubs usually offer monthly prized
for rat killing and hold old contests.
By the expenditure of comparatively
mall sums these clubs accomplish
better and more lasting results than
are usually attained by premiums
IMI'KOVINfi COLLEGE CAMPUS
Striking improvements on the cam
pus and drive ways of Southeastern
State Teachers Colleg have been
made during the past few weeks. In
observation of Arbor Day new shade
tne were set out along the walks to
the training school and old trees
whuh did not .survive last year were
replaced by new ones. Other shrub
bery on the campus has been pruned
and shaped in preparation for spring
growth, finder walks have been laid
between buildings and heating plant.
All these things add greatly to the
appearance of our school.
ACHILLE PRESS TAKES
'1B TttTAMT WBKTIT Wy
BILL PROPOSES NOTES
TO FORMER SOLDIERS
No Cash Now But Eventually $1 Per
Day Of Service
A CRACK AT CITIZENS
Statement Chide People For Nnt
Supporting Their Local Paper.
Achille Press for March 3. nrinf.'
nil- luiiowintr under thn v,..t.A l-
"Statement." us its leading nri,.ln.
"Ten months have olimoml !,.
the press resumed publication after iat'on y nc ways and means com'
us suspension in September. 1920. mittee of the lower house of con-
on account of the physical breakdown ' Kress. The preparation will require
Bonus awards to former service
men will begin about October first
of this year, according to thc terms
of a bill now in course of nrenar-
of the editor. With the exception of
me farmers and Merchants Nation
al and The Guaranty State RnnVn.
John G. Boyce. and Dr. Klitjn
mann, and a few others who have ad
vertised a little and that snasmoHI-
eally, the business men and many of
me citizens nave practically said no
newspaper is wanted. The Press has
advocated improvements and has at
tempted to interest new cntemrises
but has recived no cooperation from
those who should have assisted. It
has boosted the Commercial Club and
the merchants are unanimous that
the organization has sltimulated
trade, but look over the pages of
the Press and see if it has been hit
very hard by evidences of prosperity.
The subscribtion price of the Press
is and has been $1 a year for 52 is
sues a trifle less than 2 cents a
week but there arc so many who
cannot stand this prodigous expense!
Many of those who connot afford the
outlay are eager to grab up a paper
if one is left at a business house, or a
copy is borrowed from a neighbor to
sec what is not said.
So far the Press has been able
to meet its bills from foreign ad-
The elimination of the cash pay
ment of thc bonus, the committee
has determined, will apply to all per
sons entitled to more than fifty dol
lars. Payments of these smaller
amounts in cash will cost about $16.
000,000. it is estimated.
It is also provided that the rate of
interest veterans will pay on loans
shall not exceed 5 per cent. Loans
will be possible at any banking insti
tution, in amounts not to exceed 50
per cent of tho face value of the cer
tificates to be issued in lien of cash.
Limitation of the interest rate, mi
deemed necessary to protect the vet
erans against loan sharks and users.
Loans from banks will be possible
up to Sept 30, 1923, after which
time the certificates will have a loan
value with the Government of 85 per
cent of their faee value. Where cer
tificates have been used to obtain
loans and the payments have been
defaulted the Government will reim
burse the banks.
Efforts are being made to make
the certificates as attractive as pos
sible, so veterans will hold them for
twenty years, at which, time they
EIGHT ISSUES 8TAND
OUT IN PARTY .CLASH
Republicans Will Stand On Record in
palgn. which may be surmmariied
as follows: ,
The soldier's bonus, opposed by
business organizations generally.
The tariff, claim being made that
.. . i high tariff will further curtail
Now about to enter upon his sec-.the diminishing customs revenues
ond year as President of the United already low as result of post-war
.tva, uurren i. narainir laces me . rnnrtittnna
Ms.ltra 'I'krtt. ..Mil hoB1 AUm tlAI" l-Mlt
vertising and other finances and from , ialerehi which when compounded,
will really triple the face value of
the two suburbs of Achille. (Durant
and Denison) we expect to secure
enough advertising patronage to in
sure the continuation of the publication.
The lack of co-operation on thc part
of the business men of Achille has
made iBhmaelites of the Press and its
We are taking out!"
URGES PUNISHMENT OF
GUN TOTERS QUICKLY
the certificate when it is finally re
deemed. The American Legion tacitly has
approved thc elimination of the cash
feature of the bonus.
A man's word is worthless when he
won't keep it.
Carrvinc concealed weapons in a
dangerous practice. It is an unlaw-j
ful practice. It is a practice that is
entirely too prevalent, especially in
the larger centers of population.
The law abiding citizen has no de
sire to carry a gun around in his
pocket, unless it be for the protection
of life and property when they are
in immediate danger.
The nunishment should be made so
swift and severe that the law breaker
would shun a gun as he would a pois
Then there would be more honest
work and less lawlessness. Ben
Drs. Evans & Warren
-Where EemUh'a Contagious
Office hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Glider Building Durant, Okla
ACHES AND PAINS
SLOAN'S GETS 'EM!
AVOID the misery of racking pain .
Have a bottle of Sloan's Lini
ment handy and apply when
you first feel thc ache or pain.
It quickly cases the pain and sends
a feeling of warmth through the
aching part. Sloan's Liniinent penetrates
Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sciatica, sprains and strains, stifl joints,
lame back and sore muscles.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
I Clear Your Complexion of pimples. I
I acne and other facial disfigurement. '
use ireeiy ur. uooson a jjezema mm
F ment. Good for eczema, itchinir akin.
and other ekin troubles. One of Dr
lloDson s family Kemedies.
Because Perm's is packed nir
tight in the patented new
container the quality is
So Penn'3 ia always fresh.
Have vqu Pvr really chewed
jroi tobacco ?
5y Me",n'S ,he ncxt ,ime- T'y it
Notice the fine condition fresh
Cff 0-y. imiy
What Did I pay
Ik had them so tongjkforgotkn
It's a good mer .ory tint a pair of HOOD Red
Boots cannot outwear. And wear is in rur
opinion about thc first consideration in select
ing a boot. At least, other things being equal,
the boot that wears the longest is thc one that
gives permanent satisfaction.
Besides wear there is one other outstanding
HOOD feature, ond that is comfort. HOOD
Boots have been made for twenty-live years,
and we have never in that time ceased to im
prove them where improvement was possible.
One result is that all reinforcements arc placed
with scientific accuracy not slapped on in
discriminately and this means extra wear
without clumsy veight or comfort at the end
of a long day's work. Ask your dealer what he
thinks of HOOD Boots and look them over
HOOD RUBBER PRODUCTS CO., Inc.
White Rocle are made KhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaES
for every member of the BaK" Hl
family. Men whoae work . KK-Ha
keeps them out of door 3s . IBr-' vvaaaalaf X
rely on White Rocki for SA Kf vfaLaLaaKI
real service. The younzer Ssk Kf' UaaaaLaaV W
members of the family -SSS? K'i4ll
find the White. Rock BriJaaaLaf of
aoles of tough gray tire K , laBBaaiaa
tread stock pretty diffi- BB jHTll
cult to wear out. Buy BaV' rjaBBBaCfl
White Rock Rubbers for K''eBLaLaB
tkBanaais J .aaaaw'MaaHPj
first "judgment" to be passed upon
his administration bv the Amprimn
people as will probably be reflected
In the 1922 congressional elections
over the country.
The administration lays claim to
several accomplishments, which are:
The Washington arms conference.
establishment of a national bud
get system, designed to effect econo
mies, tho result of which it is yet
too early to determine.
Revision of taxes srivine some re
lief to the man of small income and
relief also to the rich.
An emergency tariff, the benefits
of which are debatable.
Passage of the Columbian treaty,
and, in short a general improve
ment of international relations.
There will probably be eight out
standing issues of this year's cam-
Taxes, tho claim being made that
the administration tax program be
nefits only the "predatory interests."
The proposed ship subsidy bill and
the general conduct of the United
States Shipping Board.
Administration support of the seat
ing of Senator Newberry.
Thc question of modification of tha
Volstead law to permit of ligkt
wines and beers, already launched as
an issue by organized labor.
Republican leadership, as repre
sented both by President Harding and
his spokesmen in Congress.
The fiscal program of the Govern
ment as embraced in the working
out of tariff, taxes and the budget.
THE violent paroxysms of coughing
soon cased by Dr. King's New
Discovery. Fifty jcars a standard
remedy for colds. Children like it.
No harmful drugs. All druggists, 60c.
For Colds and Coughs
Make Bowels Normal. Nature's
way is the way of Dr. King's Pills
gently and firmly regulating the bowels
eliminating the intestine clogging
waste. At all druggists, 25c.
DPPOMPTt WON! GRIT'S
. r.Janffs Pills
Fire, Tornado, Automobile
121 North Third
WE SPECIALIZE ON
aad intermediate point reached
can appreciate the advantages of
CORONA. Just talk to any Bttaif
ter who has a responsible charge
be will bis peak the clerical work attached.
will save hours of labor and
clerical work and correspondence
SEE ONE DEMONSTRATMD
114 North Third
E. 1L EVANS, Dealer
JFGood Hogs Suggest Good
You cannot afford ' to tarn
good hogs out on the range aad
we hare anticipated your needs
by putting in stock a ear load
of Keystone Square Deal Hog
Fencing which we offer you at
greatly reduced prices. We
also carry in stock poultry net
ting, poultry and rabbit fenc
ing, barbed wire, smooth wire
and bay ties. We bare got the
atock and will make the price.
A. L. Severance Hardware Co.
SM Wee Mela Street
You never knew that
Corn Flakes could be
g? as Kelloggs
"Say,Capta!n,ltl the enemy
come on! Wc can hold
out a long, long time with
thiw big box of Kcllogg'm
Corn Flalttt! VVi'ii if wut
time to eat now!"
Kcllogg's are a revelation, not only in Corn Flakes, but in cereals!
Such delicious flavor, such crispy crunchiness never before was believed
possible in corn flakes! You have a great treat awaiting you the very
first time you sit down before a generous bowlful of Kellogg's Corn Flakes
and a pitcher of milk or cream and fresh fruit, if it's handy!
It isn't fair to yourself and your family not to share in the pleasures
that Kcllogg's Corn Flakes so generously spread over the nation and
the world. You are missing a taste-thrill! So, tomorrow morning, serve
Kellogg's Corn Flakes for breakfast, or for lunch or for between-meals
nibbles! They're wonderful and never tough or leathery or hard to eat!
Insist upon your grocer supplying KELLOGG'S Cora
Flakes the delicious kind in the RED and GREEN
package that bears the signature of W. K. Kellogg,
originator of Corn Flakes. NONE ARE GENUINE
Don't forget. KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes
are made by the folks who gave you the
JUNGLELAND Moving Pictures. Coupon
inside every package of KELLOGG'S Corn
Flakes explains how you can obtain another
copy of JUNGLELAND.
Alio roakerr. of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S DRAN, cooked and krumbled