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Remarkable Operation Performed
to Prevent Patient From
Boston, Mass., Feb. 25. One
of the most delicate operations
ever undertaken in Eastern
Massachusetts was today -
ccssruuy penormeti ny ur.
Harvey F. Newhall, of Lynn,
who grafted i piece of shinbone , uut ou must work a3 lonK aa J'ou can
into rho Rninril nn'umn nf n mnn'8111' What you need is Electric Bit-
suffering with tuberculosis of thi
spine, which threatened to rrrce
him a hunchback. The
was performed at the Salem
Tke operation wa5, first performed
by Dr. Albs., of New
York, and bears h.3 name.
According to Dr. Newhall the
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above the elbow, the site of the uianon " "3
3istue is split longitudinally ! Eastern Star
and t' 0 piece of bone taken frcm Meet at Masonic Temple First and
tV is graf.ed into the : Third Monday in eich rmnth at 7;30 p.
H .-0, a.Jr bv the splitting of m Mr:!- 1DA L STONE, Worthy
vws . Tl.e jrrafiinjf is t!ien ' Matron-
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makes "rolling" popular with men
who want the true taste of pure,
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its kind. Pay what you will, you cannot
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you get a book of cigarette papers and m
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venting the knuckle from grow
ing out and forming a "hump."
.This operation replaces the old
j method of keeping the patient in
a plaster jacket for two years.
jn thj3 case the piece of shin
j bone used was taken from the
patient. It is said this will not
in any way cripple him.
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SHirj Pr:s3nfaii3n of
PASTOH RUSSELL'S VIEWS,
Churches of All Denominations and the
Civil Powers of Earth Are About to
Unite In Common Cause Powerful
Influence Preparing For the Battle
of Armageddon A Reign of Anarchy
Will Be the Result of the Warfare
Until Th Messiah Takes Control.
llmuUlyti. N. Y..
N u v . :j - T li i'
of M u s 1 c w a
crowded to the lim
It today to hear
Pus tor lltlSLirH
dlscouie on the
"Itiittle or Anna
" UN text
was. "lie iratlu'red
them touether unto
.1 pirn ( railed In
(FASTQg. gUjSETQ I lie Hebrew tongue
A r m :i g e d (1 u u."
(Itpvelntluii ui. Itti Mini
Armaueililou In the Hebrew Mgultics
the 'Mill or .Mi'giildii." or Mount or l)e
stiMi'tlnii It was fn iiioik as n battie
field In Old Ti'itami'tit times.
The Lord has mm-ii lit to associate the
name Armageddon, with the great eon
trowrsy between Truth and En-or
rllit and wrung. Cud and .Mammiui
with whicli this ii'i' will close, perish.
Mild tile New Age of Messiah's glor,
i lie iu He has purposely used
Highly figures of speech in
the last lion!: of the lilble. evidently
with a view to Hiding certain Impor
taut trutU until the due time for theli
reveal men t 1 tit even In the due time,
tile I'ilile nsstiriM us. ".None or the
wicked shall understand" (Daniel xi;
!1. I()i who are nut f heart liar
inony with (Sod but only the wise of
Ills people-tile "w1m virgin" class of
the Master's parable
I have long avoided presentation jif
my understanding of our text and its
context. ! take It up now by reipiest
and because I believe It is due time to
be uiiderstiiii'J. I disclaim any special
Inspiration. In some particulars mv
views agree with those of other Itilile
students, and In other respects the.v
disagree. Each lie.ner must use hii
own liiik'inciit. do his own Klblc siuily.
and reach his own conclusions
Kindly remember thai I am not responsible
fur the llureif speech used
by the Lord. My Interpretations do In
deed constitute a terrible arraignment
of institutions vv hlch we have nil lever
enced and which embrace stood people.
of good winds and good works (Sod's
saintly . . people in thefe ... various Instltn
rioiis tM'it.g comparatively few. are
Ignored when systems as a whole are
dealt with in prophecy
The Dragon, Beast, False Prophet.
Our context tells us that three Im
pure spirits (teachlngsi will go forth
from the mouths of the Dragon, the
Ceast and the Prophet, and these
three win lie In accord, mid symbolical
ly the doctrines are represented b.v
"frogs " These three doctrines are to
haven mighty lullueiice throughout the
civilized earth They are to gather
the kings and their armies to'hc great
liattle of Armageddon.
The ecclesiastical kings and princes,
and their retinues or clergy and faith
fill adherents, will be gathered Iu solid
phalanx -Protestant mid Catholic. The
kings and captains of industry, and as
many as can be lutliienced b.v them,
will be gathered to the same side. The
political kings and princes, with all
their henchmen and retainers, will follow
in line on the same side. The
tluamial kings ami merchant princes,
nnd all whom they can influence by the
most gigantic power ever yet exerds
ed In the world, will Join the snme
side, necordlng to this prophecy.
These "doctrines of demons." repre
Rented b.v the "frogs." will lead many
noble people In this great tinny to as
sume nn attitude quite contrary to
their preference For n time the
wheels of liberty nnd progress will be
riirneu tmcKwnni ami medieval re
stralnts will lie considered necessary
for self-preservation for the malnte
nance of the present order of things
In giving this Interpretation. It Is
necessary for us to Indicate what Is
symbolized b.v the Dragon, the Heast.
and the False Prophet. Bible students
of nearly all denominations agree with
us that the "Dragon" of Itevelntlon
represents the purely Civil Power
Protestant Interpreters generally agree
that the "Heast like n leopard" (Ueve
latlon xill. 'Ji represents the Papacy
But fewer still, we fear, will be remlj
to support our view that Protestantism
Is the "Image of the Beast" (Itevelntlon
xlli. l.r i In our context given another
name, "the False Prophet." We urge
no one to accept our Interpretation
nor shall we think hard of any who
refuse It We will neither slander nor
otherwise injure them now. nor threat
en them with e.terual torture They
have the same right to their views that
I have, and the same right to make
them known vo others. And I. for
utie. will lie very glad to consider any-thing
whl'ii opponents may set forth
is their In rcrnt!obs of our text.
"Uncleu Spirits Like Frogs."
The isms of Scripture, right
y underst i are forceful
When the oly Spirit used a "frog"
lo xymhoi eaily represent mi'
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THINGS PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW!
Was Stanley Dodging?
The most important measure
before the House of Representatives
at the present session of
Congress has been the Webb bill
which is similar to thb Kenyon
bill in the Senate The purpose
of the bill is to prohibit the ship to
ment of liquor into dry states or'
CLOTH COVERED CASKETS
COPPER LINED CASKETS
CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS
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Capital Stock $30,000.00 4K
communities, and to break up
'"blind tigers" and other viola
tors of local option or prohibition
laws. The liquor interests of
the country have had in Washington
at this session the most
powerful lobby ever seen there
to defeat this and similar measures.
The temperance forces
have also been sctivo in their
t fforts to induce Congress to pass
such a measure, and the other
d.'i.v thev won a signal victory.
The fust important vote on
the Webb bill came up on Saturday,
Feb. Sth, on a motion for a
special rule to consider it. The
rule was adopted and the hill
was then passed by a large
Many members of the
House dreaded to vote on it.
With the powerful liquor interests
on one side and the temperance
people on the other, they
feared giving offense to either
side. Some of them, therefore,
lit out for more congenial localities.
Where was the redoubtable
Stanley of Kentucky when the
bill came fo a vote last Saturday
Was this voiceful warrior upon
the trusts on hand to lend his
aid and cast his vote in helping
a meaoure that is so bitterly
fought by the most indolent and
one of the most powerful trusts
in the countr. ? The echo answers,
the roll-call answers and
the record answers ''not there!"
A Washington telegram published
in the morning papers of Saturday
said that the distinguished
congressman had left for Louisa,
Ky., where he would deliver an
address to some school. The re
port also stated that he said,
'that his visit to Kentucky had no
political significance, but that he
was using the address as a hoax
to get back to Kentucky, because
he had heard Gov. McCreary was
making his senatorial announcement
within the next day or so,
and he wanted to be on the
ground when it was made to see
how it was received."
It is easy to understand by-Mr.
Stanley's past record that he
prabably had a much stronger
reason for his desire to get away
from Washington in suchiaste
before the 'ebb bill came to a
vote. He evidently did not wish
offend the liquor interests,
upon whose support he chiefly
WE NEVER SLEEP
CALL US AT ANY HOUR NIGHT OR DAY.
R. F. DORR
OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE
Carlisle Street, Marion. Kentucky.
depends in his race for the senatorial
nomination, nor was he
Willing to stand up and vote
against a measure demanded by
all the temperance people of this
state and of the country.
The people of Kentucky well
remember that in the platform
convention in August of 1911, '
when the fight was on over putting
the county unit plank in the
platform, Mr. Stanley was one
of the leaders in the convention
fighting for the liquor interests
and against the adoption of the
plank. So it is easy to understand
the eagerness and alacrity
with which he bearded the west
bound train from Washington to
Kentucky last Friday evening to
make a school address, or to
"watch the effect of Gov. Mc-
Creary's announcement in the
Mr. Stanley may think that he
can escape his position and record
in these matters by shouting
until he is hot in the collar
about the steel trust and the railroads,
but the people of Kentucky
are too wise and intelligent
to allow him to succeed in such
a diversion, and they are really
more interested in knowing Mr.
Stanley's attitude towards that
Trust that has put its
tens of thousands of Kentucky
homes, and one that seeks to
absolutely control Kentucky
politics and politicians. This is
the Trust that is trying to send
Mr. Stanley to the U. S. Senate,
and it is, therefore, not surprising
that he so hurriedly left
Washington on the eve before
the vote upon the Webb bill.
But think of the doughty gladiator,
who so eloquently and modestly
relates how he chewed up
the Steel Trust, packing his grip
and skedaddlingcut of Washington
to avoid voting on this fearful
Webb bill. Interior Journal,
hi gJM . oi T a f'.i W : kin v,f
are actually weak, run
down they are slowly B
deteriorating they need
strength and nourishment
for body and brain.
Scott's Emulsion corrects
nerve i...nc.:j it 13 essentially a
food a concentrated, nourishing,
curative food to restore the
healthy action of body cells,
fortify the blood, sharpen the
health, energy and vigor.
A3 pure r.3 rni'k, it is readily
assimilated nourishes every
organ and every tibnue. Physicians
Scott's Emalsion with
absolute confidence in its
benehVal result?. Don't wait
ctart Pf .J, but insist on
No alcohol or drugs.
Scott & V. ivf N. J. 12-65
Dash For Liberty Caused
Mexico City, Feb. 25 Feliz
Diaz today denied responsibility
for the execution of Gustavo
and Adolfo Basso, superintendent
of the national palace.
The official report, on the death
of G'stavo Madero says: "He
was being removed from one
part of the arsenal to another
when he made a dash for liberty.
The officer in charge fired at
him and killed him "
Adolfo Basso was killed inside
the rebel lines.
The death of Gustavo Madero
13 still a chief topic of conversation
among the populace. Many
people today sought souvenirs
6f the dead pelitican, and one
person paid $25 for a fragment
of his eye glass.
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