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(caption title) Free Anti-Typhoid Treatment. The Columbus County Campaign of Protection Against Typhoid Fever Will Occur from November 1st to November 27th, 1920
[Columbus County, North Carolina]
Call number Cb614.47 N87c (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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This Protection Is Necessary for You, because for Two Years of 1918-1919 North Carolina Had
TEN THOUSAND CASES OF TYPHOID FEVER
ONE THOUSAND DEATHS DUE TO THE DISEASE.
This Unnecessary Sickness and Death Cost the State
FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.
If You Are Not Protected
YOU MAY BE THE NEXT VICTIM OF TYPHOID.
Do Not Take Chances: Anti-Typhoid Treatments.
The treatments are a practically sure and harmless protection against the disease as proved by use in the army, navy and civil life. Wherever widely used, typhoid has been almost exterminated. Three treatments, taken regularly one week apart, are necessary to protect you. They are practically painless, and do not cause open sores nor much loss of time.
Do Your Duty. Secure Free Protection for Yourself
and Family. Urge Others To Do So.
An Experienced Physician From the State Board of Health Will Give The
Treatments To Both White and Colored
FREE, IN COLUMBUS COUNTY
Read This Carefully; Post in a Public Place or Hand to Another.
Remember the date and place nearest to you at which the free treatments are to be had. Be there Regularly and Promptly at the stated time. These free treatments are made available to you through the co-operation of
State Board of Health and North Carolina Landowners Asso'n