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January 5, 1911.
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
Hocorreiiend(icpttllilu4iilia tlt(d Is fell ly U ulllir. lit ttire
li a)l far pabllCAtion, bat s evident! o( coal filth. Write plainly.
We are authorlied to aunounco tho
,n,iidArv of Dr. J. A. Mabuifcy. of
8turgeon, Ky., for Representative of
tho 71at district, subject to ttio ac
tion of tho Itepubllcan patty.
Gray Hawk, Dec. 25. Tho Christ
mas troo at Uray Hawk given by .Mr.
DoVoung aud wtfa was a succor.
There were many nice prtsonis lor
all, and plenty of good music. Somo
Tory good rocltatlons were given Ly
tho children. J. U. Hall of Lexington
and H. H. Field Imvo boon In our
midst for a fow days, bird hunting.
Mr. Geo. Begley was married to bul
la Farmer at tho hoino of tho bnd.
The Hev. Dill Anderson otf.clat.d.
Henry Tinclur has been visiting at
J. B. Bingham's for some tiine. L.
J. Boblusonhas purchased a farm
from C. F. Itoblnsou, known as the
Hatflold farm, CO acres for threo hun
dred dol.am. treaching services are
held every Sunday nlsht ut orayhawk
by tho Kev. Mr. DoYoung. All are
Invited to come.
Doublellck, Dec 31. Mrs. Nannie
Cruse of Valley View Is vlsltlug homo
folks and other lrlends lu JacKson.
Misses auila and Klla Sparks made
a business trip to Clover Bottom,
Tuenuuj. ton. Mary Moins who has
been visiting her children In Hamlltoi
lor tne paat two months Las return
ed home. School will closo today.
The community seems to bo pleased
with the way the school has prosper
ed. Mrs. Bob Abrams is slowly im
proving. EOCKCASTLE COUNTY
DIsputanta, Jan. 2. Born to Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Cole, Dec. 22, a line
boy. Mother and babe are doing well.
Mr. Hulord Gadd of this place and
Miss Kobinson of Big Hill were quiet
ly married at the home of It. J. Ab
ney, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
George Payne spent Christmas with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hammond. Keuben Abn.y v.slted
G. T. Payne, Monday night. W. W.
Anglln has gone to Brush Creek to
ftudy telegiaphy. W. A. Hammond
made a business trip to Mt. Verno.i
last week. MUs Settle Poynter, cur
school teacher, has returned to her
home at Boone. We are very sorry to
see her go, as she made many good
friends here. There was a social at
C. W. Wyatt's, Tuesday night. Miss
Dlnkalo Lane of near Berea visited
her brother, 0. M. Payne, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Chasteon
made a business trip to Lexington
' Rockford, Jan. 1. T. C. Viars is
still In poor health. C. Hoi man left
a few days ago for Hamilton, O.
J. J. Hamilton who has been at
work on 1. A. Bowman's house near
Kingston Is home on account of bad
woather. MUs Hernice Todd is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. 11. E. Bullen
this week. Mr. an Mrs. J. E. mi
ton of II -Tea have been visiting
T. C. Vlara. Mr. and Mrs. R. II.
Bowman went to Mt. Vernon lat
week to see Mr. Bowman's sick
broth.-r, Charlie, who has cnsunip.l.n
and is not expected to livo long.
Daddy and Mrs. Todd are some better,
J. W. Todd sold one colt to Dau
Owens for $90. W, T. LInvllle waa
at J. E. McUuires, Saturday night.
J. J. Martin and Itobt. Bowman are
summoned on tho Juiy at ML Vernon
this woek. The granddaughter of II.
E. Northern returned to her homo In
Bell County, Dec. 24. School closed
at Walnut Grove Dec. 23. Miss Bes3le
McWborter has been teacher. Born
to Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Anglin on the
2nd, a fine boy. Mrs. W. H. Ltnvlllo
has been sick tor some time.
"Wildle, Jan 2. Miss Samantha Flah
who has boun In Nebraska for some
time returned home last week.. Mr.
Tom Mink and Miss Serena Burdette
were married Dec. 2C Mlbs Ella Mae
Coffey visited her aunt, Mrs. Albert
Reynolds, last week. Ethel Reynolds
Is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Huston
of Hazelpatch visited their father,
Mr. Column Burdette, last week.
MUs Ollle Coffey and brother, Forest,
were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. A.
Reynolds during the holidays. Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Holdman wero tin
cuusts of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Brami
man, Sunday. Mr. and Mis. J. Craw
ford of Biodhead visited Mr. and Mrs.
H. S. Uranaman last week. Mr. Geo.
Griffin Is very sick. Mrs. W. A. Cof-
foy U tick. Miss Mailable Chasteen
.na In Hit O ...... .- I C
was In Mt. Vernon, Saiuiday and Sun
day. Mr. Charlie Pursons and MIsi
Itolle Evans wore married Dec. 28.
Mrs. Mary E. Coffey visited her
daughter, Mrs. A. E. Iteynclds, nt
Livingston, last week.
urcyius, Jan. l.-ur. ana .Mrs. Ua-
er visiting Mrs. Bauer's s.stor,
Mrs. Frank Etlirlegc, of Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Land aro still
visiting in our ni.dst. .Mrs. Lamb will
leavo for Itlchmoiid nnd undergo an
operation, Tuesday, as tho Is in very
poor neauu. mt. j nines iunsioru uiii aayior ior cigm nunuicu uoi- tho fact that It was Now Year s cvo.
aud son liairison made a business lars. Ho will locate on Black Lick, Tho girls of tho Hamilton Homo
trip to Berca, Saturuay. Mrs. Bert Jackson County. Tho neighbors will Telephone oxchntigo wero paid dlvl
Gillmoro and children spent a tew ' miss Mr. Ford as ho Is ono of Owsley donds on their year's earning and
days of lost week with Mr. and Mrs. County's best men. Jennio Smith and rach given a gold coin asaChrlstuins
James Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Janivs
Lunsford of Berca visited at tho Rov.
Mr. Lunsford's, Saturday und Suuuuy.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud llublo are re-
Jolclng over tho arrival of a baby boy jed States service returned homo a mlttco regarding tho now J1SO.O00 Y.
In their home. Roy Hudson nnd Jim fow days ago. Circuit Court closjd M. C. A. building for Hamilton. Lcg
Todd made a business trip to Rich- , last Monday. Tho grund Jury returned tslatlon Is being prepared for rass
mond, Friday. A Now Year's enter- forty-throo truo bills. Island City Is ago by city council establishing tho
talnmcnt was given at tho Christian Improving ruplJly. New dwellings aro cluster lighting system for tho bii3l
thurch, Sunday. Mr. James Young going up, and every thing seems in ncss district of Hamilton. Congress
gave an Interesting talk aud ulso Jno. a prosperous condition. Georgo Ar- man Jas. M. Cox has Introduced In
Lunsford. Tho subject was, "What nold who served three years In tho congress a bill appropriating $50,000
nro Blblo Schools For?" Several oth- U. S. army returned homo last fc'at- for preserving and perpetuating tho
ers gavo interesting talks on tho sub- urday. All aro glad to read tho an- slto of Old Fort Hamilton. If this
Ject, too. Llttlo Myrtlo Bcngo of nounccmcnt of Dr. J. A. Mahaffcy as appropriation goes through, It will
Berea spent a few days of last week a candldato for Representative. Wo add much toward giving Hamilton Its
with her grandfather, Mr. Clifton think ho Is tho right man. School proposed civic center. Tho chamber
Bongo. Mr. and Mrs. Wulter WU- closed at Royal Oak, Saturday, with of commerce of Hamilton has been
Hams of Kerby Knob visited Mrs. W1W
Ham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. '
Jones. T. H. Davis and lumlly took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lake,
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Hurd, Mls3.s
Laura Winkler, Eliza Rose and Mr.
and Mr 8. W. M. Kindred took din
ner with Mr. and Mrs. Speed Me
Keehan last Friday. Sunday school
Is progressing nicely at tho Chris
Mote, Jan. 2. Mrs. Hudson Powell
who has been very sick Is much im
proved. Bose Lain has sold his farm
to Georgo Potf of Big Hill. 'the
Misses Grade and Annie Roberts vis
ited friends at Silver Creek last week.
Roscoe Burns of Ohio visited rel
atives during tho holidays. Born to
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Guess, a tine girl.
Palestine Hazelwood and family
visited Jim Benge's of Berea last
Thursday. Married, Dec 24, Mr.
Nathan Evans and Miss Ettio Powell,
also Mr. Ellsha Maupin and Miss Bvs
bio Powell, Dec. 27. The brides aro
the handsome and attractive daughters
of Mrs. Molllo Powell, and Mr. Evans
and Mr. Maupin are prominent tann
ers at Blue Lick. Their friends ex
tend congratulations. Mrs. Lillle
Lawson of Lexington visited relatives
here last week. Joe Creckniore is
sick this week. Miss Dora Ely a
school closed, Dec. 2J, with a nice
entertainment and ChrUtmas tree.
Miss Ely returned to her homo at Be
rea, the 2tth. Tliere will be preach
ing at the Bobtown school house,
Saturday night, Jan. 14, by tho Rev. J.
W. Parsons. Everybody Is Invited to
Big 11II1 Jan. 3. Christmas passed
oft very quitely here. MUs Fox had
a nico entertainment and Christmas
tree at Narrow Gap. Everything went
off nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Crump from Lexington uro visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Hayes. Mrs. Crump, formerly known
as Miss Julia Johnson, aud Miss Dora
Kly spent a tew hours with Miss Lucy
Hayes, Monday. Mr. Joseph Iteece,
Sr., Is in 111 health. Mr. aud Mrs.
Mayo of Indiana aro visiting Miss
Mayo's father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. Clint Carrier. Oscar Hayes, a
Ktudont of Berea College, has been vis
itlng relatives during the holidays.
O.N Kill A
Oneida, Jan. 3. Lawyer street of
Manchester, Ky., had a largo fire.
Three Law offices and a resldenco
wero burned. The total loss was about
3,G0O and not over $500 Insurance
on tho wholo, this being on ono of
tho law offices. School has opened
with prospects of the best school wo
have ever had. Mrs. Mary B. Mobley
who has been HI with typhoid fever
for tho past few weeks is ablo to
walk around again. We hud a nico
tldo In South Fork of Kentucky river.
Few rafts were taken to market.
The Rev. J, A. Burns has moved to
the property of the Oncdla Baptist
Instltuto where ho will reside In tho
future The buildings wero vacated by
tho widow Mrs. Louisa Combs who
moved to Manchester. Mrs. Llzzlo
Bowling has rented a building in Man
Chester where sho will run a hotel.
Dr. P. J, Jones lias gono to Louts
villa to finish his courto In tho
Medical College. L. M. Hemley who
has bocn traveling for tho Chapman
Drug Co., of Knoxvlllo has given up
his position to Chester Itoberts who
has been clerking for hi in .J. L.
. a . .
Peters attended to business at Man
Chester and Doonevlllo during tho va
cation of tho fall and winter term
of school. Tho Oneida Baptist Instl
tuto has decided to bavo school on
Saturday Instead of Monday. It Is
thought that tho students will do
mora studying on Monday than on
Saturday becauso thero aro fowcr
pcoplo In town whom they wish to
visit. Tho Rov. J. A. Burns is
spending tho winter In New York City
working In tho Interest of tho Duel. la
Baptist Institute. Now Is tho time
to subscrlbo for Tho Citizen with
lla ntchf Inw, nt tlflfl lin-tn-tlntn
8lorIcgi ndvortUcmont8i markcU nn
Interesting nows. Try It for tho your
1911, prlco only a dollar a year.
Island City, Jan. 1. .Married at tho
brldo's home, Jano Mooio to -Mac
Bowling. Thoy loft, Tucsduy, for Cow
Creok. Daniel Ford sold his land to
Paris Smith and wlfo of Beroa aro
taking a week's stay with iclathvs
and friends hero. itobort McGcorgo
who served threo years In tho Unit-
done whether you like it or not.
Being forced to work, and forc
ed to do your best, will, breed in
you temperance, self-control, dil
igence, strength of will, content
and a hundred virtues which
the idle will never know.
'a fine exhibition and Christmas tree.
All report a nice time. J. F. Brewer
Is teacher. D. B. Mooro received
the malo hog ho ordered from Broad
way, Mo., a few days ago. It Is a
splendid animal, weighing about 75
pounds and costing $1C. It is an
English Berkshire. John Couch of
Jackson County Is visiting friends
near here. Chrlsmtas passed off very
quitely with about forty gallons of
whiskey In the surrounding neigh
borhood. Nannie Mays of Blake
spent Christmas at Island City and
reports a nico time. John Chadwell
who spent Christmas at homo will
fctart to Berca In a fow days. Ov J.
Gentry and Nathan Bowles caught a
lino coon, ChrUtmas day. D. anil
Green Wood of Jackbon County stayed
over Saturday night with John Chad
well. Charles Lewis of Jackson Coun
ty who. It Is said, Btiot aud killod Ill
ley Sparks has not yet been caught. A
rnward Is still offered for his arrest
and delivery to McKco Jail. D. U.
Wood closed his school last Satur
day and will leave In a fow days for
Florida for his health. Mr. Wood Is
a tlno young man and respected
Hamilton, Ohio, Letter.
Hamilton, O., Jan. 2. Tho Now
Year was ushered in at midnight Sat
urday ovo in Hamilton by tho blow
ing of whistles and tho ringing of
bolls. Tho salo of lied Cross stamps
in Hamilton during ChrUtmas reach
ed 40,000. Tho Y. W. C. A. presented
each of tho women Inmates of tho
County Infirmary with either bn
apron or a doll. Philip Brlcka, aged
CO yoars of Webster Avo, was killed
by an Ohio electric work-car
Christmas evening. His body was
torn beyond Indentiflcatlon. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jacob Frost formerly of Owsley
County, Kentucky, are now living
here. Mr. and Mrs. Granvll Johns
ton and children took dinner with Mr.
and Mrs. Grig Muupln, Christmas
day. Georgo Colo, who Is sick with
typhoid fever In Mercy Hospital, is
somo better. Mr. and Mrs. DUlanl
Pylcs who recoutly moved hero from
I ronton, O., wore called homo ChrUt
mas owing to tho sudden death of
Mr. Pylo's father, Hoy Maupin la (
spending his vacation visiting rela-
Uvea In Berca, Ky. Iloscoo Taylor,
formor Borea student, now employed
by tho Ohio Traction Co., spent Mon-
day after Christmas with Mr. and
and Mrs. Granvll Johnston. The Sal
vatlon Army gave their Christmas en
tcrtalnment Saturday night for tho
poor children of tho city. MUs Mnr-
(tin Ilnloo n nln.A nf f!raivll tnlinu.
ton( af,ci 15 ycnrS( Uua CnrUtnia8
day in Mercy Hospital of typhoid
fever. Mr. and Mrs. M. Gabbnrd and
children spent Christmas with Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Flancry In Klmwood
l'lnco, also Clins. Flancry. who has
,CCn attondlng school nt Ohio North-
orn University at Ada, O. Mayor
Hothwcll announced that tho "lid"
would go on Saturday night desplto J
presont Messrs. Slmttuck and Hus-
8oy, architects of Chicago, have been
hero In consultation with architect
y, c. Mueller and tho building com-
HANK GOD every
morning when you
get up that you
have something to
do which must be
tending delegates to Indianapolis, Ind.
to confer with tho officials of Uio
Indianapolis and Cincinnati Traction
Company as to having them extend
their car-lino from Connersvllle, Ind.,
to Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Eckert spent Christmas with homo
folks at Cold Spring, Ky. Mrs. Eckert
ulso visited her sister who is in tho
hospital In Cincinnati, having under
gone an operation. Mr. Eckert's sis
ter, Daisy, Is field secretary of tho
Phllathea's of tho U. S. Tho chief
fire Inspector is Investigating th
12.000,000 flro which occurred In Cin
cinnati causing tho death of threo flro
men and ono spectator. Tho flro is
supposod to have been of Incendiary
origin. Your correspondent wishes
to express his thanks for tho kind
words of advlco of Pres. Frost and
greetings from Mrs. Yocum and others
through your valuablo and wclcomo
"It's no good explaining to you
mother, for you wouldn't Understand,'
said a little girl patiently to her moth
er, when the latter was asking why
and wherofore. Kvery mother can
understand If she tries, and become a
privileged member of the children's
kingdom without losing any of ber au
thorlty and dignity as a parent, and
tho mother-friend Is generally adored
by her own as well as other people's
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HIE I9II WORLD ALMANAti.
Home Course In
First of a Series of Eighteen
By EUGENE L. FISK. M. D.
I. Fresh Air In the Home.
Its Low Cost and
Copyright. 1910. by American Prut
HE old Greek philosopher re
garded nlr ns a simple and
uncliiiugciihle element like
gold. Hllvvr. etc.. Slid the
rroblem of how nlr mutalni life was
ctrtulnly "Greek" to them.
This liniormire of the componltlnri
of nlr pentlited until the latter purl
of the elghteeiilh lenltiry. when Priest.'
ler discovered Hint ulr Is n mlxturcxif
enses. one of which, oxygen. U uwrn-
snry to life. Ily experiment on mil-
main he demointnitcil Unit In pnln
through the Iiiiiks nlr pnrU wlih some
of Its oxygen to the IiIihkI nnd take
from the blood n imiIwuhius gas-cur-
boo dioxide. Priestley, of courne, wns
not iiwnre Hint ulr limy nlsu brliik'
from the him,- nnd tlirunt other or
pin le Impurities nnd the microbe nf
dlenc. Ah Ignorance of these fncts
existed for thousands of years It Is
not strnnge uiat our nncestors oummi
their homes mid ordered their live
entirely without regard to the vnlue of
irrsn nir. i,ven now. nowever. ine
old Imblts rsNt to some extent, nnd
stuffy, overh'-sted. Ill ventilated room
may be found In every r.niiiiiuiilly.
If fresh nlr were n high priced rom-
modlty there would In- some excuse
for not breathing It. Hut. except In
Jtie ruse of .overcrowded tenement
I Uriels, pure nlr Is within the reucb
of rich and poor alike, and neglect to
owk oas uonsxn vara as much oxtokx
as rocu and a ii ai.it ukx,
obtnln It can only arise from Igno-
raneo or Indifference to bodily health,
1 supisise i.eople limy still be fduud
who dreud to breutlie the "night air."
who delight lu "nice, wnrni." heavily
curtained rooms, where the sunlight
cannot fade the furuliure und the win-
ter nlr is rigidly excluded. I would
Invite tbe attention of such people to
a few simple nnd easily demonstrated
Frsih Air Facts.
In the first plure. uuswerlng the pos
sible query, "Whut bus nil thU lulk
about fresh air dune for Immunity V" 1
WOUd Kuy ,,,, ,t lmK UWered the
death rate from consumption over -10
per cent In the last thirty years, lu
tho same period It bus reduced the
death rate uiiiong people under thirty
years of nge about 3U kt cent. It
has done so much Ihut cuutlous, con
servative scientific men are looking
forward to n complete erudlcullou of
consumption nnd other communicable
diseases and their banishment to the
limbo where tl bbick death aud
itunllpox huve been driven. '
Pure air U commed of. npproxl-
mutely, seventy nine purls nitrogen und
twenty-one parts oxyg u truce of
carbon dioxide vupor of water and
minuie quuuiii.es oi inner eieiiicuin
which have mi known lulliience on the
oooy. Alter nir is expeuin ir.iui ine
luugs It conlulns. ns Priestley lirst
lemonstrnted. tin IncreustMl umoiuit of
rnrbon dioxide nnd a reduced uuiount
if oxygen. I
It has been estimated that ench per-
son requires 3.(XM cubic feel of fresh
air per hour If the proportion of car
bon dioxide Is to be kepi lielnw it parts
In Kl.mn-llu' pure nlr limit,
lt must not be thought Hint carlion
dioxide In excess of that quantity Is
particularly hiinnfui. ir iiiimingieii
with other Impurities mny be pres.
ent In the proiorilon of M) to 100
parts per lO.(HX) without eiidungerliiK
life. As usunlly present In dwelling
roams, schoolrooms, fuclorles. etc..
however. It Is tin Index of the nmount
of other Impurities exhaled from the
lungs and skin.
Open country nlr has been found to
contain only 3 parts per 10.000 car-
Dr. EUGENE U HSU.
Author of "Horn Court In Health
bon dioxide, while tho nlr of a crowd
od schoolroom may contain twenty
time thill ntimlinl nnft lu. mrrMt.mfl.
I nclv vlllnt.il lir nr?nl,. lmi..IPltl
micro! mid what has Uvn well
named tho "sewage" of the lunga and
Rtnawlng Air In Rooms,
Even where n liberal air space Is
allotted to ouch Individual It U neces-
snry Unit the nlr of a room be com-
pletcly climbed nt Icnm once every
hour. In schools nnd factories where
there Is limited nlr space er capita
nrninceiiientu are often made for
chnnglng tho nlr from Bve to seven
Umes ier hour.
Oue gas burner consume as much
oxygen us four nnd one-half men.
1 have considered thus far l be air
polsous and deleterious mutters de-
riTcd from the human body. Other
sources of contamination also exist
and nre a mennce to health. I hare
mentioned vnxr of water as an Ingrc-
dlent of pure nlr. Tills tniwr Is uulto
necessary to health, and Its sImcoco
occasions a peculiar dryness of the
akin and a stulllness In the brad which
la often the first stnge of a common
cold. The cold Is dlrectlr caused bv
microtis, but the system la laid open
to their attacks by tb conditions
Th absence of vanor of water la
usually the result of faulty beating
methods. A hot air furnace or atove
will supply uuduly dry air unless
some device Is used for supplying
moisture. Such devices are ordinarily
attached to furnaces In the form of a
small reservoir owning Into the air
supply. Neglect to keep thin reservoir
filled with water Is a serious mistake
and may be responsible for murb dis
comfort and Illness. Where no such
derlce Is a port of the beating appara
tus a vessel of water should be pi need
upon the stove or at some point where
the hot ntr will puss over It and lake
op the moisture: otherwise It will take
the moisture from the body.
The teniierutur In the bouse sbonld
not be allowed to rise above (28 de
grees. Neglect of this precaution la
frequently rrsponilblo for undue sus
ceptibility to colds.
8oms Ventilation Point.
In considering the pructknl problem
of ventilation the following I It ma are
of most luiioriiince:
The most vtllcleut meant of ventilat
ing. esK-viully In tho winter time, la
tbe beutlug system. The hut air fur
nace, which Insures a constant supply
of fresh outside air. Is the best sys
tem If the air Is supplied direct to
each room und tbe precautions taken
to keep the ulr moist which I hnve
already otitllmtl. While Ibis system
does not pmvlde for releuslng bad air.
t.l- ...tl ........ !... . . .. ..mmIpb
u"ul," i"" "'"" " '" ' ,
of door und windows. It is deslr-
1 able, however, to huve open fireplaces
wherever possible to Insure the rapid
escape of vitiated ulr. Where stovea
arp employed tbe air Is not changed
very rnpMy. nud tbe duiigert of con-
tamlnutloii from coal gas necessitate
i0I1K. pti-lnl im.nns of veiitllutlon. An
eSeelleut measure Is to raise the lower
or w,idow about four Inches
anJ cOHe ,UB opening with an necu-
raley ,lttlnK K,ru This will allow
thu nlr to come lu between the two
similes without causing u draft. Two
holes tnuy be cut lu this board aud
mall boxes opening toward the cell
ing placed over them.
As frequently as possible living
rooms should be thoroughly ventilated
by ojn'iilng nil windows and doors and
rapidly und completely changing the
Where the hot water or steam sys
tem Is used for heating tbe nbove pre
cautions nre nlso advisable, ns aucb
systems do not provide uny means of
Ventilating at Night.
Tu(? problwl. of veutllutlug at night
u nmt.h uUuvleft UuUUi n, ,)we ulul.
,en, ,.omn)ol, B,.nse nnd t.iutl.ui must
UM(H, , ,ue wln.r me iro.
CUUIIH ,,,,, lM. Iuken ngalnst
dnltttt bu, lhmlRU ventilation of
w ,.,, miuui. ,e il.-ldlv
mulnialned regurdletut uf the iiiiidlllon
of ww,.r lt U usuully wkh.
bIl , lllVl. friH; Veulllutlou without
drift Uy ,iroK.ry pacing the U-d.
Tm. ,,,,., nMhlHit however. Is to have
. Mleenliig imn'li or bnlcony. where ono
may sleep practically In Ihe upon, such
a Mircli cuu eu ally be adjusted for
protection from Inclement weather.
Another iiiethisl Is the window tent
This Is very niqcli like au ordlmiry
window nwiilng, but Is placed on tho
tuside of the window, over the upper
purt 0f the slei'per's iMidy, completely
.hulling 111 tit ntr from the nlr of tho
rooHll This method bus the ndvuntHgo
0f Insuring the iiuistiint breiithlng of
outside ulr without drufls mid ut the
ianie time keeping the temperuture of
the room fulrly war in.
Not more I linn one erson should
deep In n small bedroom. If possible
rhlldren should sleep alono aud each
child have n room to Itself.