The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 28, 1930 Page: 4 of 8
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lied “Doctor*', Who Prey lipon Suffering
Humanity t hrive 1 pun Ignorance
b) UK JOatJf'M J 4JAINE8 M D
Wim Uw |iiwiu <trid*i Mdr by u <ta*> ui Uw |w*i uujurtiy o! ciuw,
our ootinlrt in all dlrfcihiM, , U logic- ihr ditrovu) u made ilut Ui* cam*
folio** Uiat not *ii ol Went ar» t* heyond human akltl- and the im (
e.Wtr wim or »urth> Kor uuu *c* nmt u turned lome all bus if nut
our malignant Urtm* wav* * awl. pemukes- And. tfur nmt >e*r. this
•tone urith It. a ,t»Joi*«t! uftru. uf jwtianu namr may or found, pruitad
orcanlRKt quackery. «*eb my to rod We among llir hundred-, of our aailt-
atek and atlltclrd fuel ru»!omer> a
StrictU quack principle* arc. fir*'.. Vou. modem, up to «i«*i<* quark and
Mipreue s.Uishnrs*. ncund liuuJ.ti- hia aaaociaied Mail of emiii’-nt spr c
ate greed third abaoiute ab^urs of ciallc'.a. knoa» iliat he 1* working a '
Woman's Club Will
Hold First Meeting
•. tiilatKI tO
the young coujiif
l tOllH W iWii
m«n» friend* in Tall ai If* M>'; *e!Ui
Ivinir on Hardin
tflaattHi a j,
i • dinner y
conscience and *ymi«*tliv toward me
sufferer, fourth unblushing dkloiaMj.
You will find quackery now «*nltiily
u, to-datr The glaring electric -igtt
. brown-atonr front--thr ‘ataf.‘ of
’ trained special.>U tie* "free 'luw
and other borrowed j)?*io»ci cal. rla* rl
to Attract the utuophMira -d, %«r*'
tlw advert fine page and tils radii .-re
worked for all they can be urdur-d to
cany; tfiewc are used tr< vtlifv all lha‘
i« really iner t In m*dtrine and ««
Once the affltctcil one write*. he W
besieged with a moat entrancing array
of ‘•follow up inter* which •numeral*'
tho thousand* of curea made bj th-
ouack outfit ever* testimonial* from
Clergymen and bunkers bolK*e» 1 tv n *
fmioua gaii* *-•*• *uckoi u led to
believe that his family physician •
both an igaaramu* and a robber - per
Sibly a murderer If the gullible on*
ably cgn scrape together enough
ivadv cash, nu.r nmci out ol Urn )■ ■
will be hooked
Arriving at tlu ' lunpie ol health
he will be put through a rigmarole
(copied irom real physicians- by tan
entire staff." and told that lr- is in a
much worse condition than ins let-
ter* indicated Then, Irom a hun-
dred to a thousand doilors more will
be asked for In view of the >'nr.'
condition If the patient can. he will
ulg it u|>—-and tne ;iorformnnc* begins
Prom that date, it doe* not matter
to the quack he ha* his fee safely
banked If the treatment falls- which
til • U
M It! It *Htf, thM«
im r in tit* md Hf
dill tin* hush mhi j wi-
lls* urn!' to put
H«* am**f* ultra-
mi > »( i* i ItiNiu Wwii'Mhy evt‘u
Ing. complimenting Mr* Bryan Crump-
>«m « bride ol ibf
Tho** m-vii? *<r. m ^ uwtw
)|(»\. ,l\f. 'Ill' < !!■
t. \ i>t k
rmy of suckers
;inf venture of
u» maki1 young
id on*** b** sct» :iu» into them
•ib!rtuw*d from <lonw\stic anl«
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IIANOKI III Hlf »
at thi home of he.
a \t. \ H turner
»!u* tuce of it could >>**
more absurd To make h yoiiiUy man
>u* ol ad «ild one is ut>r!y imtxj.v»ihlc.
Tin* ttiinitui fin*s of life rrmv Ind o<1
i ui mod into temiiorai y flame hut
e'lii only las* while *.h«* “fan'
! >4 *. kKorou.slv piled
This ven the commonplarc physi-
..iii know The layman, if possessed
A ordinary intclllKence. .should never
induced to bate at &a ylailug a p.ec ■
>; humbug - Still enough of them
i a ve ev dentally bitten to make mil -
iona*.. < out of the sf»vT»r:>? *»f'r]ietrfl
or •>f thh outrage
Th> Ciuafk oi large! caliber often
♦•ek** the fr.2l! town sa itli u .soilci
i score ;»
«me .if *u?m
Four ?a ire-
f (>t Vilb
of play aivcJ tht
is it announced
\L Hun* had
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B.AS.I-A a. ww.
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Cage Hardware & Furn. Co.
Hint. K. Richa Lear
Will Start Music ( lasses
Monday. September 1.
Pupils Arc Requested to Register
at This Time
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Clark, W. S. The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 28, 1930, newspaper, August 28, 1930; Taft, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth711122/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Taft Public Library.