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November 21, 1912.
Fighting Hookworm Disease
Nearly a Quarter of a Million People Have Been Treated
For This Scourge of All Warm Climates States
and Counties Co-operating
TIIR fight against the ravages of
hookworm disease In tho United
States la one of tho most Inspir
ing and hopeful events ever re
corded In the ago long history of man's
straggle against ailments that sap his
strength and weaken him In body and
It is a light against an enemy of man
kind that Infests every country In tho
world that Is blessed with a warm cli
mate, and therefore is found In this
country in our southern states.
It Is an Inspiring fight to tho victim
of the disease, for It brings blm relief
from pain and Illness, restores him to
healthful vigor, makes life again worth
living and lifts him to a higher plane
of usefulness to himself and to his
It is an Inspiring flight to the patri
otic lover of America, for it shows how
when philanthropist and scientist fur
nish the means and tho knowledge how
quickly American people, through their
state and county government and by
their individual efforts, will help to
solve certainly a problem that was for
centuries deemed unsolvable.
For so long n time that the memory
of man runneth not to the contrary
people living In warm climates have
ufTered from thin bloodedness, from
lassitude, from lnnblllty to work with
either mind or body in a fashion bap-
SHy unknowu to people In the colder
itltudes. Many names were given to
these diseases and many cures were
uggested, but the great majority of
the sufferers never found relief in all
their blighted lives.
Then enmo the scientist and his mi
croscope and found that tho trouble
was that tiny worms, too small for the
eyo to see, abounded in polluted soli,
and that they worked their way In
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
Ho coneipoaifac pnMUt4 Dli illt4 li tell ty tie mrlUr. Ill ntrt
It not tor paMIcatloB, Vat an iTideace of too faita. Writ plainly.
McKee, Nov. 18. County Court
was held hcra today and there was
a large crowd of people In town
L. C. Little was In Richmond a few
days last wek on business. 'Mls3
Emma Nccley Is visiting friends in
town this week. Mrs. John Fowler
nnd Mr. I. It. Hays went to Berea
last week to see their brother, Dr.
J. D. Hays. Dr. Hays and his family
went to Florida accompanied by Jno.
Howler of this place. Miss Rachel
Holcomb visited relatives In Rich
mond last week J. K. Sparks bought
a farm near here from David Tlllery
last week. 'Mrs. D. O. Collier went
to see ler brother, C. A, Mlnter,
Tyner, ' Nov. 15. G. V. Moore is
slowly Improving. Married on the
26th, Mlsa Grace Anderson to Luclan
Glpson. Wo wsh them a long and
prosperous life. Miss Anna Powell
visited our sclu-ol last Thursday and
gave an interesting talk which was
much appreciated. '.Mrs. Mat Hamil
ton has been perlously ijl but is a
little better at this writing. R. B.
Reynolds is doing Jury service In the
Federal Court at Richmond. We were
sorry to hear of John Spurlock, of
Prlvctt, getting hlB band cut off in
Ms saw mill IhBt week. J. S. Moore
and wife moved into thir now home,
today. John Pennington and son of
Gray Hawk have completed two nice
chimneys for W. K. Jones. Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Vaughn are visiting
In Owsley County. Eugeno Glpson
would bo groitly obliged If any one
could advlso him of tho whereabouts
of a shepherd dog ho lost et East
Bernstadt last week. Tho dog Is red
of color with white feet. T, P.
llullock and wifo wero the guests of
G. W. Mooro and family, Friday
night. Thomas Dunagln will visit
In Missouri during the next two
Gray Hawk, Nov. 11. The fine
weather continues and tho farmers
aro busy gathering corn and hauling
coal and getting ready lor winter.
Died, Mrs. Rosy Doll Splvey, in tho
jackson Cour.ty poor house. Inter
ment In the McKoo cemetery.
W. A. Hunter, our hustling mer
chant, la building a new storo house
beside his old one. W. R. Euglo
and 0. W. Hayes have laid In their
fertilizer for r.ext spring. J. P. Tin
cher has begun building a new barn
for J, n. Hlngham, with tho help of
Win. Hayes aud othero. A. Q. Prlv
ett mado a business trip to Wm.
Hayes', Saturday. N. W. Necly Bold
through tho skin of n person's feet and
found their way Into his bowels, there
to grow larger and to fasten themselves
In tho wall of the bowels and suck the
blood of tho luckless victim. And
more, thero to lay eggs to polluto the
suit that an endless chain of suffering
might bo kept up. When the micro
scope found bow these worms were
sucking people's blood, then the chem
ist found that a certain drug would
kill them and not hurt the person who
took It. Thus science laid tho founda
tion for this great tight
Tho health agents started in to do
their work, teaching the people not
only how to be cured of the disease,
but how to prevent it in the future.
Soon they had obtained thcr hearty co
operation of county and school district
governments, of physicians and of citi
zens generally not least to b men
tioned that of tho victims of the dis
ease, who came for miles and miles to
tho dispensaries to be treated.
That is bow the fight was organized.
Here is how It has been carried on.
Up until June 30, 1012, a total of 221,
30S persons had been treated In the
several states as follows:
North Carolina TJ.SM
South Carolina It.tXX
How rapidly tho work Is going for
ward Is shown by the fact that of this
number 80,000 were treated in the first
six months of the current year. In
deed, half the work In Louisiana, three
fourths of that In South Carolina and
all of that In Kentucky has been done
since the first of last January.
his Gray Hawk farm of 42 acres to
a man from North Carolina for 275
dollars. John Ward sold his farm
to D. M. Ward for 430 dollars.
Jno. Ward bought two young mules
from D. II. Ward for two hundred
dollars. Scott Evans was hauling
staves for Austin Madden the past
Carlco, Nov. 11. We aro having
flno weather st present and farmers
are gathering com. Mrs. Angellno
Cunagin died, tho 7th of this month.
Sho was a devoted mother and n
member of the Baptist church. She
leaves five sons and three daughters
to mourn hor loss. Wo are sorry '.o
give up so good a friend. Mr. Ed
Wathen has gono back to tint U, S.
army after vlaltlng his relatives for
thirty days. John Hurley has come
homo from" the U. S. army. The
election went rff quitcly In this pre
cinct. Mrs. LUllu Smith Is report
ed to bo getting better. Born to
Mr. and Mrs. John Shelton, a fine
boy. His name is Isaac Miss Ellen
Roberts gave n bean hulling, Satur
day night In honor of-hor uncle, Ed
ward Evans, who Is here on a W
days furlough from the army. Thero
were 16 girls and boyo present and
all had a flno time. Tho little son
of John Summers got his hand burn
ed very badly last week. We sympa
thize with tho bereaved relatives and
parents of the two brothers, Brack
and Riley McCowan, who died re
cently. Mr. rnd Mrs. G. W. John
son wero visiting S. R. Roberts and
family last week.
Conkllng, Nov. 0. Married, Nov.
2nd, Mr. Jim Malnous and Miss Etta
Holcomb. A big dinner was given at
tho home of the groom on Sunday.
'Mr. E. CainpbUl of Doonevlllu visited
his mother-in-law, Mrs. Emily Mc
Collura, Sunday. Mr3. J. II. Jones
of Jackson County, paid this place a
visit last week. Mrs, Joo Peters has
been In poor health for 83nio time.
Undo Lloyd Day has moved to his
new homo on Island Creek. Uncle
Ueatty Day ts on the sick list. Tho
election passed off qultely at this
place, but wo aro sorry to say that
while rcturnlnf tho ballot box to
the County seat, Thursday, J. Wil
son's flno carrlago was badly torn up
by a frightened young niaro. Eld. J.
W. Anderson left, Frlda- for his
regular appointment at Liberty In Es
till County. Corn gathering is all
tho go here. Medium crops aro re
lated. Mrs. Emily McCollum had a
yield of fourteen largo pumpkins on
ono vino, tho smallest being as large
an a halt burhcl. Who can beat this?
IMS3 Mlnnje McCollum who has bon
confined to her bed for no long Is
no better. 1 Initio H. King visited
Roso Anderson, Tuesday night. John
Chadwell, a teacher, of this Count',
whllo on tho way, Friday evening, to
his homo at Utand City paid his res
pects to friends at Conklinc Doctors
Anderson and Mnhaffcy passed thru
hero last week on their way to Road
Run to see u patient whom they
pronounced to havo gall stones. Mr.
nnd ?.trs. Nathan Smith of Laurel
County passed thru, tho 8th, enroute I
to lkv.ttyvllle, to visit their daughter,
Mrs. Iloatty. Mr. and Mrs. James
Klanery of Buck Creek visited Mr.
nnd 'Mrs. Win. McCollum, Saturday
nlRht and Sunday.
Posey, Nov. 11. Mrs. Charles
Weaver of Louisville gave a lecture
on "School Improvements," Friday,
Nov. 1st. Miss Elizabeth Scovllto
visited her cousin, "Mrs. May Venablo
of Vincent, Inst Saturday ulght. -Tho
Halloween social at tho Graded
School was enjoyed by all, and many
wero at a less to recognize their
best friend. Miss Effle llyden vIh
ltcdMles Wlmilo Flancry, Wednesday
night Some moro work s being done
on tho now road on Buck Creek, but
thero Is little hopo of It over being
completed. Nnthati Martin nnd Terry
Malnous wero visitors at the Grad
ed school, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith Jackson visited relatives near
Buck Crock, Sunday. 'Mrs. Jurlnh
Hyden spent Sunday with Aunt Mar
tha Malnous. Mrs. Geo. Malnous,
who has been buffering with muscu
lar rheumatism, Is Improving slowly.
Mr. and Mrs. John 5'cl'hcrson and
lamlly attended tho wedding of Mr.
Jas. Malnous last Saturday. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charley Judd gave tho young
folks a bean hulling last Thursday
night. All reported a good time.
O. J. Judd and Fred 'Mclntlro wero
tho guests of Jas. Malnous. The
hoys of the Buck Creek Graded school
aro very bu3y now getting their
new basket ball ground ready for
use. DUIard Bond, who has been
down for several weeks with typhoid,
is Improving tlowly. Tho literary
society of tho graded cchool Is doing
good work. The debate last Friday
night was enjoyed by every one pres
Boonevlllo, Nov. 10. The flection
Its over, and v!i!lo everybody did not
get their choice, business runs along
just tho samo. Parties from Berea,
who havo been touring the Moun
tain counties, giving lectures aided
by magic lantern shows, etc., are
now In Boontville. Tho people are
turning out In largo crowds to hear
them. Typhoid fever has broken out
In our town, since my last writing,
resulting In the death of Lizzie Bell
Goodman aged about 1G and Lucille,
tho llttlo daughter or G. M. Hogg, st
10. John Rae-.'iicr,, Charley Blcknell
and Jesso Bowman's baby aro now
suffering from a severe attack of
It. On Oct. 30, Sidney Ham of Es- '
till County and Delia Plgg of Earn
cstvlllc called upon our County Court
Clerk and obtained marriage license.
They went at onco to the Combs
Hotel, whero Rev. S. K Ramey of
tho M. E. church ixirfortned the
ceremonies and they went on their
way rejoicing. Tho stork visited
tho homo of our clever and obliging
County Court Clerk, H. Combs, one
night last wetli nnd left a ten pound
girl baby which they aro very proud
of and which they havo named
Catharlno Mir.ter. Everybody Is
busy gathorlng corn. Thero Is a fine
yield In this County and In fine con- '
dltlon now to store away. Two.
stores, ono at Travelers Rest nnd 1
ono at Sturgeon, havo recently been
dosed by involuntary bankruptcy jro-1
ccedng8, and aro now In the hands
of a rofereo in bankruptcy. Tho liabil
ities aro said to bo about $1,500, as
sets about J2 000. Our farmers havo
sown moro vth'at this fall than for
fifteen years and It Is looking fine.
If our farmer would ralso their
own wheat and hogs to make, their
meat and lard and stop tho cons- j
tant drain upon our community for
thezo commodities, they would have
all tho money they need and some
to sparo. Our townspeople are ad
ding somo valuable repairs to their
property. Ed Campbell has .added a
new kitchen and dining rcom and a
concrcto walk and newly painted his
building. Turn Gabbard has put n
metal root on his building, the old
Gabbard Hotfcl, and added concrcto
walks. G, W. Garrett In adding a
now kitchen and dining room to his
dwclllug, all o'. which improve tho
looks of our little town.
Settle's and Haley's Big Store
at Big Hill, Ky.
See It Jam Full of Nice Dry Goods, Notions,
Hardware, Tinware, Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Flour, Meal, Lard and All Kinds of
Groceries. See their Very Low Prices!
Kingston, Nov. 18. Mr. and Airs.
O. T, Carr, ut lanola, spent Satur
day nnd Sunday, with tho latter'a
lister, Mrs. Lewis Sandlln. Mlstws
Suda Powell and Bertlo Halo spent
Sunday night with Verna Parks.
'Air. nnd Mrs. Sherman Scttlo of Big
1 1 111 epent Sumlcy with A. P. Scttlo
and family. MIes Lydla Young was
tho guest of Eva Lewis, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Arch "Murray nre re
joicing over the arrival of n boy on
tho 14th. Mis. Wesley Webb nnd
Mrs. Evan A'Ums were shopping In
Berea, Saturday. Mr. nnd firs. Wil
ey Hurley tt McKoo aro visiting
relatives In Oils vicinity. Mr. and
Mrs. 'Mark Flunory spent Sunday with
tho former's brother, Tom Flanery,
near Berea. ChecterPnrks and Miss
Amy Todd of Berea spent Friday
night with the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Cult Parks at this place,
'Mr. nnd Mrs. Douglas Young nre
rejoicing over tho arrival of a girl
on tho 15th. Mrs. Will Morris who
has lKen very sick Is Improving.
Blue Lick, Nov. 17. Mica Alberta
Norwcll made n buMncos trip b
Richmond, Saturday. Win. Plgg left,
Wednesday, for Charleston, Illinois,
whero ho cxpectc to make his future
home. Hon. It. It. Crook and Joo
Ainu il a of Crcoksvlllo visited T. J.
Flanery last Friday night with their
vnck of twenty-five hounds and en
joyed a most cxcltenbh fox chase.
Tho Ir.fnht sun of Mr. and Mrs. 11.
Longfellner died, Tuesday morning,
and was burled In tho Ikrca ceme
tery, Wednesday. Miss Elizabeth
Searcy and '.Mica Mary Erie Oldham
of Richmond visited Berea one day
last week nnd sient the night with
tho former's nunt, Mrs. L. K. Finn
cry at this placa. Hog killing and
corn husking nro tho chief occupa
tions In this tlclnlty new.
Sliver Crock. Nov. 19. The Rev.
Turner from Corhln preached st
Silver Creek, Saturday und Sunday.
'Mrs. Sant Bush from Richmond
spent Friday light with Mrs. W. A.
Johnson. Bob Witt is visiting his
clster, Mrs. Tobe Todd. Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Johuson nnd family
spent Monday night with tho former's
mother, "Mrs. Sallie Johnson. Mlsn
Myrtlo Kindred spent Wednesday
night with Mlsa Iva Anderson. Miss
Bettle Johnson epent Wedncbday with
her sister, Mrs. Pat Gadd. Mrs.
Bertha Broughtou took her school
to Cow Bell, Wednesday, to tho
school fair. Miss Vlctora Mulllns
from Mulllns Station Ib visiting Miss
Eva and Miss Grace Johnson for a
few days. Sain Kellcy has gono to
tho railroad to work. Mrs. Jim Gab
bard lu very sick. "Mr. and Mrs.
Sears and Mr. Turner spent Sun
day with Join Jones. Mrs. Tobo
Todd and "Mrs. Mary Kindred spent
Monday with tho latter'a mother-in-law,
Mrs. Todd. Msj Margaret Cno
teel and llttlo sister spent Wednes
day with their grandmother, Mrs.
Harris. Mrs. Ida Sadler from Lovel
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Sal
Ho Johnson. Mr. and 'Mrs. E. II.
Brook Eli I ro oi Berea spent Sun
day with tho latter's sister, MrB. G.
Dreyfus, Nov. 11. The Rev. Flght-masto-
of Lexington, holds service
in the Christian Church at this
place every Sunday. Mr. Hudson of
Berea preaclud, Sunday, at 11 a. m.
at tho Baptist church, at 2 p. jii. In
Christian Church. Stanley it.
Bradley Is home for a while. Ho
has bocn spending tho summer In C'ln.
clnnatl, O. 'iho Rev. Childress of
Wlldlo closed a series of meetings
at tho Baptist church at this placo
last Sunday. Thero was one addi
tion. Dr. and Mrs. Aloon baker vis
ited Mr. Raker's father at Panola,
Sunday. Mr. L. Jones has returned
to tho Marino Corps tor another term.
He Is-now on recruiting duty and is
stationed at Hotel Rand, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Paul Robinson was home, Sun
day, fiom Burca where ho Is in
school. Tho people of both churches
will glvo an entertainment at this
place, Thanksgiving Day. Beginning
Nov. 11, there will bo a night school
at this place for tho patrons of tho
district for which thero will bo no
charge. It will bo taught by tho pres
ent teacher asslcted by Dr. Baker.
Rev. James Luncford has Just return
ed homo from a three weeks stay In
Jackson County. W. B. Baker 's
painting at Whites Station. People
aro taking advantage ot tho nlco
weather to leather their corn. Tho
Sunday schools at this placo aro
progressing nltcly with 7t. Ilurd as
Supt. at tho Christian church and Mr.
Davis, 8upt nt tho Baptist. Horn to
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, L. Jones, last wcelt,
a boy. Lutliei Ashcroft Is engineer
nt tho now mill erected by Mr. Wm.
Sextons Creek, Nov. 1C Mrs. Fryo
who has been sick with pneumonia
about a week died, Thursday night.
Sho lenves a host of friends nnd
relatives to mourn her loss. H-t
remains wero laid to icst near homo
whore her husband nnd her son,
Jnmco, aro but led. Miss Juln Sparks
Is very low with typhoid. Nathan
Noo fell and broko his nrm a tow
days ago whllo shooing a young
horso. Anna Baylor and Esther
Hurch nro silk with throat trouhl-.
Adcllno llurch has a very pain
ful boll on hor hand. J. A. Hunter
who has been In Cincinnati about
two months Is nt home, -but will re
turn to Cincinnati In a lew days.
Sherman Edwards and Nancy Mc
Queen wero married, Thursday of
last week at thJ homo of tho bride.
Mrs. J. P. McUalf has lagrlppe.
Hugh Edwardi nnd family of Gray
Hawk returned homo Monday from
a weeks' vlrlt here. Jesso Snylor
sold two yoke of log cattle hut
week, ono yoke lor 13." dollars, thi
other for 100 dollars.- Mrs Sarah
J. Hunter has been very lanm as tho
result of n fall.
Boone, Nov. 11. Tho protrncfd
meeting begun at Falrvlew, Saturday,
couducted by Rev. Geo. Chlldrcsa nnd
Rev. Ovwby. Martha, tho twelve
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Singleton, died at her home
ono day last week and was laid to
1 rest at Fulrvluw. The bereaved fund
! lly havo our deepest sympathy. Wm.
iCoyle, who has been In Indiana, for
qulto a while, returned to his home,
recently. Tho Misses Ilnttlo Poynttr
ind Lydla Leivctt visited tho MlHsen
Bertha and Mny Lambert, Sunday.
Our Sunday School Is progressing
nicely with Mrs. W. II. Rich as Supt.
Mr. and Mro. Alex Wren of Crab
Orchard visited friends and relatives
near this place last week. Tho Hal
Owo'en exhibition was held at tlw
school bouse last Thursday night.
All report a nlco time. MUs Thuira
Klrby of thU place visited Tnlltha
Coyle of RocMord, Saturday. A. D.
Leavett was tho guest ot Mr. Willie
Coyle, Sunday. Tho 'Misses Battle
Poynter nnd Jesle Gulnn were shop
plug In Berea, Saturday. Mrs. Nora
Wren visited her mother, Mrs, Mat
tlo Coylo of near Rockford, Sunday.
Mrs. James Vaughn, who has been
quite 111 for kome time, h uo better.
Mrs. Minnie Earvln ot near Crab
Orchard visited her mother, Mrs. Geo.
poynter last week Mrs. Lucy North
ern, who has been quite III, Is able
to bo out again.
Gauloy, No. 16, Ed Robertbon,
who has had fever so long, Is getting
along nicely. Rev. C. G Murry of
Clay County Ic visiting his daugh
ter, 'Mrs. Oanlel RobcrtsonDled, Mr.
John Cummins. Hu leaves a wife and
coveral children. W. E. Bullock and
Clarence Howard havo gone to Paris
to work. Corn gathering Is very
popular this tlmo of year. Mrs. Mar
tha Tilullens Is putting up a new
barn. W. B. Mobley has hlo new
houso about completed Shirley How
ard, of Lovl, returned homo after n
week's stay with his brother, Clar
ence. Mrs. Jake Ponder visited htr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .0 llullock,
this woek. Georgo Robertcon Is on
tho sick list this week. 'Mrs. Llda
Hownrd nnd Alts. Nancy Bullock vis
lted Mrs. Martha Mullens, this week.
T. V. Bullock bought a cow of Geo.
Wilson for $20. A. J. Sames Is sick,
this week "Mrc. C. O. Murrey Is very
elck nt her daughter's home, Mrs.
Rockford, Nov. ll.-Tho "Misses
Edith Llnvlllo and Pearl Moore tf
Boren were visiting friends and rela
tives of Scaffcld Cane a few days
ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stephens
and Uernlco Todd visited Mr. W. P.
Anderson and family of near Rich
mond, Saturday nnd Sunday. Next
Saturday and Sunday aro regular
church days nt "Macedonia. Every
body Is Invited Mrs. Annie Llnvlllo
and children oro lBltln her mother,
Mrs. Eddlo McGulre. near Richmond.
Un-lo John R. McCollum who Iiiih
boon sick for co long Is still improv
ing. Onhellu Anglln of near this
placo Is visiting her nutit, Mrs. Jane
ijitnbort of Berfa.
HAMILTON, OHIO LETTER
Hamilton, O., Nov. S. About fifty
Baptist women from Hamilton attend
ed tho Miami Conference of Mission
ary Societies at tho Ninth St. Bap
tist church In Cincinnati, O., last
Wednesday A. M. Flanery, who Is
employed in Agricultural work In
North Carolina has Just returned
from a trip to Washington, D. C, and
Chicago whero bo was visiting and
gathering facts which would help
blm in his work. Ho called to see
his sister, "Mrs. Gabbard, at this placo,
via his return to North Carolina.
Much enthusiasm has existed in
Hamilton during tho two weeks pre
vious to tho election. Tho Demo
crats won a complete victory In this
County and State. Cox was elected
governor by a lnrgo majority. A
great religious campaign is now on
In Hamilton. Next week, Nov. 10th,
Itov, Belderwolf will begin a six
weeks revival. Ho will bo assisted
by a band ot singers and co-workers,
who como with him. Never beforo
In tho history ot Hamilton has so
much Interest ' been manifested In a
religious movement. Tho city was
divided Into 21 districts, each dis
trict to havo n Supt. and hold cot
tago prayer services In as mnny dif
ferent homes ns poslsblo in all 21
districts. Thero has been erected a
tabernaclo mostly by volunteer lab
orers, which will sent about 0,000
lcoplo. All tho protestant churches
aro giving up their regular services
In order to mnko theso evangelistic
services a blessing to tho town.
MHdletown Ohio Letter
Mlddlctown, O., Nov. 16 Mr. Boyd
Bandlln, who has been employed at
tlto American Rolling mill for some
time, will lei.vo In a few days for
his homo In Richmond, Ky. ir
Frank Woodward stent Frldny
Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. Ed Scheek enter
tained n number of her friends from
Llnclnnatl nt Mippcr, Sunday night.
Mr. and .Mrs. Kenneth Hundley
M'tit one day last week with J. K.
Sandlln. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Graham
lslted relaltvee In tho country last
week. Mlsj Edith Price who has
had diphtheria Is able to be In
ihool again. 'Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Hudson nnd 'Ittlo son, Lester, spent
Sunday with .Vr. and Mrs. Jno. Sand
lln. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham
wero tho gursts of Mrs. Grahain'a
parent!), Thursday nlRht. The little
two year old sou of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Henkel died last week ot diphtheria.
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Houses to Rent
To thoss whs have children U tdi
cats and wish to rttlds In BsrM tot
longer r ahortsr tlms to enjoy lu
educational advantages, the Celleft
hte a number ef houses, large enl
small, some ef them partly Turnip
te rent en reasonable terms. AM?
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HAS BEST OPERATTNO ROOM
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