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Text:"... finally becoming anxious Investigated to find according to her story, that the doctor and sister” went out another door. Washington, July 20.—Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, bacteriological expert of the United..."
Date:July 21 1910
Publication:Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"... to the government helmlnthologist - signifying "worm man"-tn Washington. The worm mnh, Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, promptly Identliled thein as "round worms" of the kind popularly known us "hair worms" or "wire worms..."
Date:Oct 15 1909
Publication:Eufaula, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"...)oooooo Laziness as a Disease. Is laziness a pen.) mil disease and is there an antitoxin f >r its eradication? So it would appear from the statement of Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, the zoologist of the public..."
Date:Jan 5 1903
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... CharlesWardellStiles discoverer of the hook worm cure, made a Doctor of Science. The university conferred only sixty honorary degrees In all out of a total of 7G2 conferred this year. to molest anybody..."
Date:July 1 1915
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... IS THE WHITE MAN'S PERIL. Dr CharlesWardellStiles, of the public health service, speaks in naked and whole- some terms of the mutual health menace the black and white races hold to each other Whatever may..."
Date:Jan 1 1914
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... of the so-called "lazy" disease by Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, chief of the division of zoology, hygienic laboratory, public health a. c! marine hospital service, in an istue of the bulletin of that service..."
Date:Aug 24 1909
Publication:Shelbyville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Telephone CharlesWardellStiles of the public health and marine hospital ser 1ms discovered a parasite which kills The discovery ib re garded as one of greatest Kansaa farmers are still pleading for to help..."
Date:July 15 1903
Publication:Estherville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... It was not until recent years that members of the medical profession recognized that a parasite caused the malady. In December, 1902, Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, then a zoologist in the bureau of animal industry..."
Date:Oct 28 1909
Publication:Decatur, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... H. Oakman. Deposits placed on Interest January 10th, April 10th; July 10th, and October 10th. Interest added April 10th and October 10th.tfB2 Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, discoverer of the parasite..."
Date:July 18 1903
Publication:Greenfield, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...)—Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, discoverer of the parasite, hook-worm, in humans and a recognized authority on medical zoolo*’*’ died today at Marine Hospital. a. ............ French Pleads Guilty SEATTLE, Jan. 24..."
Date:Jan 25 1941
Publication:Somerset, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... that a parasite caused :he malady. In December, 1902, Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, then a zoologist in the mreau of animal industry at Wash- ington, who had been studying intes- inal parasites, announced, to..."
Date:Oct 29 1909
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... through the Secretary of the Treasury. Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, chief of the division of zoology at the Institute, has devoted a large portion of his life to preparing the catalogue, in order..."
Date:Oct 20 1931
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... of the Madison Avenne Church, New York. Uauress John Birney, dean of the Boston University School of Theology. D. Sc. CharlesWardellStiles, professor of »oology in the United States Public Health and Marine..."
Date:June 24 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., Assistant Sur- .....geon General, United States Public Health Service. 1. What is your name in full? Ans.: CharlesWardellStiles. 2. Have you ever had a nickname? What was it? Ans.: "Hecks." ur favorite..."
Date:June 11 1921
Publication:Berkeley, California, United States of America
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Text:"... .successfully prevented. The under- taking proposed by you is therefore not only full of promise of great benefit, but is eminently definite and practicable." In December 1902. Dr. CharlesWardellStiles..."
Date:Oct 29 1909
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... in Chicago.^ This is the first bhild in their home although they have been married several years. —To Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, of the United States service belongs the credit of having discovered..."
Date:Nov 18 1909
Publication:Rochester, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... against it. First, it is easily cured. Second, the south put no faith in the man, Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, who discovered the cause of the disease in the hookworm and the remedies to cure it..."
Date:Sep 25 1927
Publication:Helena, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"... else. They were something new to him, and so he sent the worms to the government helmlnthologlst — signifying "worm man"—In Washington. The worm^man, Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, promptly identifieh them..."
Date:Oct 15 1909
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...FOE OF Aarnmomcrmia Cnllcla May Propagated to Exterminate the luacct Be Summer have read with Interest of tho discovery by CharlesWardellStiles ofa mosquito The new enemy of the pest of New Jersey..."
Date:Aug 8 1903
Publication:Troy, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"..., is occupying the attention of the Marine Hospital and Public Health Service. Dr. CharlesWardellStiles, Chief of- the Di- vision of Zoology, has returned to Wash- ington after a visit to that part of Mon- tana..."
Date:July 16 1904
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America