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Kansas State Board of Health
Published Monthly at the Office of the Secretary of the Board, Topeka, Kan.
S. J. CRUMBINE, M. D., Editor.
Entered as second-class matter, March 5. 1906, at the post office at Topeka, Kan..
under the act of Congress of July 16, 1894.
No. IV. APRIL, 1920. VOL. XVI..
Garden Maxims, page 1.
Morbidity Report for March, 1920, page 2.
The Eighth Annual School for Health Officers and Public Health Nurses,
Report of Division of Water and Sewage, February and March, 1920,
Food Laboratory Report, March, 1920, page 8.
Termination of Cases Prosecuted for Violation of Food and Drugs Law
and Regulations, page 9.
Domestic Science as an Opportunity for Sex Education, page 11.
Be sure you're right, then hoe'ahead--
A hoe in the hand is worth two in the shed.
Spare the spade and spoil the soil.
Ground rightly prepared is half the battle.
Thrice armed is he who hath his garden planted.
Early to plant and early to hoe,
Will cause your garden to blossom and grow.
-The Chicago Bulletin.
If at first your seed won't grow,
Sow, sow again I
Never put off until to-morrow
What you can hoe to-day.
Blessed are the gardeners, for they
Reduce the high cost of living.
There is no substitute for whole, clean milk.
Merchants I The egg-candling regulation is effective May 15.
Sanatorium treatment for incipient pulmonary tuberculosis almost assures a favorable
Fundamentally, the resistance of the individual and the strength of the nation is con ditioned on normal nutrition.
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Tuphoid Gerrt in tbe Well Water._