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fI O Telqlre 41 Thursday March u 24 19JO j i
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L On top of Mie vary delightful
spring weather March has pro
t vided with great prodicnlity
comes the uews of vory promis
lug strawberry prospecis in Ten
rjessee where we get our early
r berries The present flavor of
spring after so hard a winter is
delicious
The Nashville Banner says of
Mr Speaker Oan oueOnly
the thoughtless and the preju
t diced will attach ignominy to
I Mr Cannons defeat or jump at
f the conclusion that he has been
degraded ih his own party
Undo tfoes political methods
needed revising but Americans
admie a straightforward I and
1 honesVfighter who stakes his all
on what he believes to be right
and Mr Gannon1 probably has not
lost anything in popularity by
fighting to a finish the opposing
majority lirOQngressfj
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rDId That it Said to Cure Consumption
fr By 11 J Kendall M 1 > Geneva I II
t r jOTho most certain method ever
adopted for the cure of the Great
White Plague Is through the diet
used as per directions given below
s 1 which can be taken at home and
oomes within the reach of the t poor
AS well as the rich
The modus operandi Is force the
body to take on fat a desideratum
long felt by the medical profession
butnot usually attained
I During the last fifteen years I
have prescribed this diet in hun
dreds of instances and where direc
tions have been followed strictly it
has raised the weight and increased
the strength and vitality of the pa
tient rapidly up to a normal condi
tion thus enabling nature to assert
her sovereign right to be the domi
nating force in the bOdy and the
germs causing consumption have
been overcomeand the Cure accom
plished Some bare aineda pound
a day and would gradUalry tako ou
less until they wiuldnt increase in
weight more X
The all lmpprtautthing is tp drink
Jarge quantities of milk stripping
the very last of the milking This
seems ao simple and so easy that
many have refused to follow direc
tions and demanded medicines to
cure them but there has not yet
been discovered any medicine that
is a specific for consumption
rq get best results a healthy cow
should be selected one that does
not cough and one that gives very
D rich milk A Jersey cow is prefer
able Tlie milk should always be
tested to be sure that there is a
large per cent of cream in it
The last quart should be milked
into a separate dish which rests iu a
large vessel containing warm water
just sufficient to prevent the strip
pings from cooling below blood
heat The cow should be thorough
ly cleansed to prevent any dirt get
ting into the milk so the patient
can blow buck the froth and drink
at once without straining as this
i cools it too much
Begin by drinking nearly a pint
I in the morning and the same at
night and increase the quantity
tgrnc1uall so that in 10 or 15 days a
full quart will be taken twice a day
it It should be taken immediately
11 after milking before it has hud time
to cool any All should be taken
that can be without too much dis
dlst
I utes and drink more and rest again
and so on until a full quart has
been taken as soon as It can be con
veniently In about fifteen min
utes the patient should eat at the
table such articles of food as are
known to agree with the stomach
At noon eat us usual
When the stripplugs are nut al
lowed to cool below blood heat and
taken immediately after It is milked
1s a full quart will be transfused into
the circulation in a remarkably
t short time
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I never have seen a case but could
take tho stripping without any dis
comfort worth mentioning when
above directions were followed
I atrictly although some have de
I glared tlieytcotiitlrtot before trying
it but wfieffJh lt idelayeti taking
for half an tfjftfarid the milk had
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a pint of milk make them very sick
The great secret of success with It
IS in taking it Immediately after
milking and not allowing it to cool
below blood heat taking a full
quart morning and evening and
having milk that Is very rich
The following Is a typical case
Mrs A E was suddenly startled to
find her weight forty pounds below
normal She was coughing terribly
and soon had a very profuse hemor
rhage from the lungs that came
near taking her life I at once be
gan the use of the milk atrippings
after the hemorrhage was stopped
and iu a few days About ten or fif
teen she had gained nearly a pound
a day and was soon ablo to get out
of bed and go around the house
Shjgaiped quite rapidly and aa her
weight and strength pcreasod lier
cough dfcrMsediWiieaaho had gain
ed SO pounds in about three months
her cough had lefj her I had her
continue the sat diet for six or
eight weeks longer and sho gained
ten pounds more and then would
not take on more flesh She was
then as well as she ever ht d boon
and continued well after the strip
pings wore discontinued
Sho took no medicine after the
hemorrhage was stopped excepting
a little pepsin and some other di
gestives to aid digestion and a
simple cough remedy to ease tho
cough i but tar lobelia opium tar
tar emetic and such medicines as
disturb the stomach and interfere
with digestion were carefully avoid
edIt
It is easy for those on a farm to
carry out this method and on soy
eral occasions parties who lived in
the city purchased a suitable cow
aud after complete recovery in ev
er instance they sold the cow for
nearly as much as was paid for her
I do not remember any case that
followed the directions strictly that
was not cured but several persisted
in declaring they could not take it
until so much valuable time was
wasted that they lost their lives by
It
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I have found the same diet when
above directions were carried out
carefully equally successful in in
creasing the weight and strength of
those run down and debilitated from
other causes
Answered
Why do you allow bull lighting to
go on In your country Well an
awerod the distinguished Spaniard
our public muit have excitement and
were rather too mild and sympathetic
to enjoy football
footballUncle
Uncle Ezra Says
Theys two kinds uv people In the
world them you know the day fore
Iflctlon an thorn ex dont know you
the day arter Boston Herald
Every Month
writes Lola P Roberts of
Vienna MoeI I used to be
sick most of the time and
suffered with backache and
headache My Mother who
had been greatly helped by
the use of Cardui got me
two bottles and I have
I been well ever since
E49Take
Take
TakeCARD UI
The Womans Tonic
Cardui is a gentle tonic
for young and old women
It relieves and prevents
pain It builds strength It
feeds the nerves It helps
the whole system
Made from harmless
roots and herbs it has no
bad aftereffects does not
interfere with the use of
any other medicine and can
do you nothing but good
Try Cardui It will help
you Your dealer sells it
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IS MAPPED OUT
EUROPEAN JOURNEY BEGINS AT
ROME APRIL 3 AND CLOSES
H AT LONDON MAY 17
NOW ON ttino HISTORIC Cli
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Party Abandons Train at Wady Half
for Steamship Trip to Shellal
Will Reach Ancient Egyptian
City Next Thursday
Abu hauled Sudan Mai nlol
Roosevelts Europeau Itinerary h
been definitely determined with m
much exactness as it is possible l
make in advance
The former president will arrive h
Rome April 3 In Paris April J1 h
Berlin May S and in London Ma >
15 to 17
lu several instances Col Roosevelt
will arrive at one city on the same day
he leaven another but counting each
portion of the day as a whole day U
may be said that he will pass a week
in Paris a week in Berlin four days
in Rome three days in Genoa Vienna
and Budapest two days in Brussels
The Hague and Christlanla and a day
in Rotterdam Hamburg Copenhagen
and Stockholm
The special train bearing Col
Rob veltMrs Roosevelt kermit
Mis 53tM i d tholr immediate party
arrived at Vady Halts 575 miles from
Khartum late Friday night Here a
special steamer the ibis was taken
tpt Shellal A lsHwm be made to
Ails uaa and Luxor At the latter place
the train de luxe on the Sudan gov
ernmeBt railway will be taken to
Cairo inhere the party is due Thurs
day
As already announced the Roose
volts will sail from Alexandria on the
steamer Prlnai Heinrich March 30
for Naples where the steamer Is due
April 2 Early the following morning
the Americans will proceed to Rome
where they will remain until April G
when they will go to Spezla Iota
days stay
The Sth and 9th will be occupied
In a leisurely trip over the 50 miles
from Spezla to Genoa which will take
the tourists along the beautiful
Rlvierla After three days in Genoa
the party will proceed to Vienna ar
J
riving there April 15 The Austrian
capital will be left April 17 and tyc
days given over to a visit to Budapest
the Hungarian capital April 2r
tho Oriental express will be taken for
Paris t
TAFT TO GET BIG STICK
Chicago Irishmen to Give alack
thorn Cane to President
St Patricks Day
Chicago March 14 President Taft
will be presented with a big stick
by members of Ike Irish Fellowship
club when he comes here Thursday
It will be da the shape of a black
thorn cane from Ireland
The lilacjkthom was sent by Ed
ward L hlff of Monkstown Coun
ty Cork Ireland and one of the six
founders of the Chicago Irish Fellow
ship club It Wag cut from V his
torte tree near the city
FOR CLEVELANDS MEMORY
Dinner to Be Given on Birthday In
New York In Memory of
Late President
New York March HGlovcr Cleve
lands birthday will be celebrated bj
the National Democratic club here on
March 38 A dinner will be given In
the club of Fifth avenue and all
the survivors of the Cleveland cab
inets have been Inivted
The sneakers include David R
Francis Dr Voodrow Wilson Fran
ciK Lynde Statson Aclall H Steven
soil Richard Olnoy John G Carlisle
Hilary A Herbert and Hoke Smith
EDWARD KEEPS HIS ROOM
Officials Declare Monarch Shows
ImprovementPublic Is
Not Reassured
London Mar 21 Despite Mondays
favorable report msuiding the condi
tion of King Edward who Is at Biar
ritz the fact that the king did not
Ii aVe his room Sunday has thorough
ly alarmed the pcoplu and the urn >
lain are far from Masaiiring
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All sorts of stories nru KOIIIK the
roums 1 gurtlfflg Ihc lllns some of
i i or flip most nlnriutitg nature to
1 of which tho government merely
lies that ibekluV Is allowing KOIIIO
rvrntiiti
35 DROWN IN A STORM
Many Other Ships Believed to Have
been Lost on Portuguese
Coast
London Mar 21A terrific storm
has lashed the Portuguese coast and
Jblrt five men are known to have
been drowned
Four flRhing boats went down ac
cording to reports received here Mon
day and many others have1 otPeen
heard from Itis feared many more
lIvu have been lost > < IV v 4 IfI
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STOPS HIS OWN FUNERAL
AVALANCHE VICTIM IDENTIFIED
BY BRETHERN APPEARS
FrenchCanadlan Timber Man Hastens
From Eastern Washington to Stop
Obsequies In His Honor
Seattle Wash Mar 21Josoph
Bonier a Fronch Canadian Umber
man known throughout the northwest
hastened to Seattle from eastern
Washington to stop his pwn funeral
About twenty members of the Se
attle lodge of Elks of which ho is a
member and two members of the con
cern employing him as an expert crul
ser had positively Identified as his
body No 83 one of the victims of the
Wellington avalanche disaster
The local Elks took charge of tin
funeral and were beginning the
usually impressive burial services
whoa Denier appeared
Those who had identified the body
Of Denier stood aghast when they saw
tho maa appear in flesh Benler asked
to be shown the body and when he ob
served a card bearing his name at
tached to it he removed the tag and
the undertaker substituted No 83 for
tho name It was UH embarrassing
situation for all concerned and Den
ier after expressing his appreciation
of the disposition of his brother lodge
members to so honor him quickly re
tired I
THAW CLAIMS IN DISPUTE
lilll of Exceptions Against CrediUn
Filed Before Referie Claim
11111 Are Excesslv
Pittabure P Mar ttQucstloa
IDS the claims of Evelym NesbK I
Thaw Martin Littleton Jirim B Gle I
son Dr Charles G Waguer and otfe
en a bill of exceptions was filed
through Roger OMara trustee In
bankruptcy for Harry Kendall Thaw
before Referee Blair
Thaw questions a 630 claim of a
New York mercantile establishment
against his wife on the ground that
the goods were not necessities
Attorney John B Gleasons claim of
JGuOOO is questioned on the ground
that full payment of the alleged fees
due has been paid The same reason
Is given for the questioning of the ac
count of Martin Littleton for 834054
Other creditors Include private de
tectives and attendants whose claims
Thaw alleges are excessive
Creditors will meet In Plttsburg
during the month for an adjustment
of the questioned claims
CHAS H BROWN SUICIDES
Information Regarding Tragedy In the
Missouri Baptist Institution Sup
Pressed 24 Hours
St Louio Mar liCharle H
Brown brother of Alanon D Brown
millionaire president of the Hamilton
Brown Shoe Company Bhot and klllet
himself at the Missouri Uaylist MB
itariUM at S a m Jriday Tile re
port of the occurrence was suppressor
In the corwBcra nile asd was first
made public fHturffoy tbouch a po
lice report flayed 11 < 24 bean
Browti the ref art s ldarnol hlwiell
tflroijsh tUt bed with > 38cltl > ei
bullet while lttl V up Iii bed When
his body Was foin < l It was uMll III a
sitting posture with a mirror in tin
left hand and thi revolver lylnr by
the right side
CAUSE OF SLIDE HORROR
Superintendent Admits Ordering
Trains Out of Tunnel and Assumes
Responsibility of Accident
Seattle Wash Mar 1914111 re
pponslblllty for the order that moved
two passenger trains out of the Cas
cade tunnel near Wellington to the
point where they were overwhelmed
by an avalanche resulting in the loss
of nearly 100 lives was assumed by
Superintendent James H ONoll of
the Great Northern the first witness
called
ONell said that Conductor J L
Prewltt who was killed received pos
itive orders to move hit train as it
was feared the passengers might suf
ifocatc in the tunnel or a collision
linlsht occure with another train com
ftng the other way
IHELD AS COUNTERFEITERS
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Wife of One Arrested at Hutchinson
ff Kas Confesses and Ar
fri rests Follow
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IIutchlnson Kas Mar 10Seven
10Sevenfriton
Sname as Ruilolph Warner were ar
Rested here charged with counterfeit
Jug silver dollars
f Warners wife confessed The ar
frcists yere made by Edward McIIugh
fix secret service officer from Chicago
Safe Blower Convicted
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JxnilsviUe 111 Mar 19Fd Biker
> Wbo was arrested last December oti
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suspicion of blowing a safe In an
flofa Ill store was found guilty of
burglary and larceny by a Jury In the
circuit pourt here
Dr Eliot 76 Years Old
Cambridge Mass Mar 22Charles
W Elllol president emeritus of Hal
yard university quietly celobrntett his
rfovcntyslxth blrthfaj Sunday He If
I tu Vigorous health l
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CITY DIRECTORY
CITY OFFICERS
Mayor James It Rash i
Police JudgeA J Bennett
Chief of Police Win Bradley
Night Chief Clarence Mitchell
Tax Assessor J H Corbltt
City Clerk Paul P Price
Treasurer Frank B Arnold
City Physician W K Nishet
City Engineer F D Rash
Street CornmjBsionerBobt Wood
Couucllmon Jno B Atkinson
Madison Oldham H C Bourlaud
Gao C Atkinson rues Blair
Meeting night first Monday night
Iii each month
School Trustee Paul M Moore
Board of HealthEd M Trahorn
Jno X Taylor Curtis B Johnson
MDPostmasterOhM CoweU
tCHUROHES
CATHOLIC CHURCH First man
every Sunday and holy day at 700
a m Second mass and preaching
930 a m Vespers and benediction 7
p m Rev J P MoParland Pastor
CHRISTIAN CHuRCH Sunday
school at 980 a m Preaching every
Lords day at 1045 a in and 7 p
in Prayer meeting ovary Wed nos
day at 790 p m
M E CHUKOH Regular service
third Sunday at 11 am and 780 pm
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 780 Sundayschool at U8parTm
Class meeting second Sunday at
1080 a in Rev I N Reid pastor
Epworth League J S Han
cock president Meets overy Sun
day evening at 045 p m at tho
MethodistEpIscopal Church South
All are welcome
M E OnUROJl BOOTH Rev W
0 Brandon pastor Services on
every Sunday < at 11 a m and
780 p m Sunday school at 9J80
a m Prayer mootIng Wednesday
evenIngs at 730 oolock El
Worth League every Sunday evening
at 645 Ladies Aid Sboloty every
Mondav afternoon Official Board
mooting Monday after first Sunday
in each month
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUURCH
Preaching the fourth Sunday at II
a m and 7 0 p in and the preced
ing Saturday night Church mooting
Saturday night before tho 4th Sun
day Sunday School at 980 Am
Pn ytii ncctl1 eve rv Monday night
at 73v Rev C H Grigson Pastor
UBNKKAI BAPTIST OIIUROH
Services second and tourth Sun1ay
in each month Prayer mooting
Wednesday evonliR Sunday school
D3J a m Rev Rumpus pastor
1 BE8BYTEKIAN CHURCH Hec
liA Regular services first Thursday
at 730 p m and third bundfy at
830 pm in each month Sundm
school each Sunday irorn ng at 010
oclock
LODGES
Masonic Lodge E W Turner
No IS meets 1st and JJrd Fridays
in each month
monthEJ
EJ Pmirii3 Sec
Victoria Lodge No 84 K of P
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I FATHER 80 MOTHER 76 J
trying winters neither of them had a coldand were m
able to walk farther and do more than for years I
I think Vinol is perfectly wonderful It certainly is lif
the greatest bloodTnaking strengthening tonic for old II
people I ever heard of
We want every feeble old person In this town to try
Vlaol We will return their money without question lilt
does not accomplish all we claim for It 4
ST BERNARD DRUG STORE Earlington
St Bernard Mining Co Incorporated Drug Department If
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The aged father arid mother
ofa prominent Boston lawyer
safely carried through the last
two winters byh lastJ
Ymol f 7
The son s ysu 1tTy father
and mother owe their present i
strength and good health to
Vinol During the last two i
ARET00 REASONABLE TORYOU TO USPUNCHED I Ir I
BTl RINGrYND SHODDY WORK l
X2 JPJDU IMiV2 70 D 1R4IJc2
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U JJUi I PRIMARILY TO
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MIZE PRICES ONFINS W CTHATPROP
I ERIiYREPRBSENTS YOUR PERSONALITY
HAROOURTc CO
INOIUVIVATBB
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meets overy Monday and Thaedr
nlghtfe Visitors welcome
EitNEST NKWION a
It of R and B 1
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Hopkins Lodge A O U W No
501 meets every Thursday night
Y Q WALKEU Sec
Golden Cross Lodge Enrl1D ton
No 525 meets lat and 8rd Saturday <
night in each month
MRS M B LONG Sec jii
Degree of Honor No 10 meets 2nd t1 f
and 4th Saturday nights In each r rJ
month r
MISS LrmK HUtK Sec
Ben Hur Lodge Earllngton I
Court No 55 meets every 2nd and t
4th Friday night at now YllJtolVI At i
Hall f1
JOHN WAND Scriber f
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Stand walte Tribe No 67Uod Men
meets every Friday sleep t1
HABIIY LONOI C of nCo
CoIf
Woodmen of tho World Catalpa
Camp No B01 meets every Wudnea <
day night All members are ear
nestly requested to ho there Xi
C S CKKNSHAW Clerk
Modern jO
No 11002 moots every Wednesday
Y Q WAifKKit Sec
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Elks B P O No 788 meets At ih
Madlsonvlllo Monday night t 0
Jas E Franceway Secy
Earllngton Chapter U D C OJ c
meets 1st Thursday in each month v <
atsfllOn m t itt
MRS KATK WiviiKits Pros i J
Knights and Ladies of teouritti i
will meet every second and fourth 1f
1flIonda 1
invited to atteudv
C S OBUNBIIAW Clerk
Visiting members are cordially Jfif
invited to It ehmiqpuy of these < I rj
Lodges V W ri
The E A C is open every night
over the Victory building DDslni 1d
meeting first Monday night in flach J
month w It COVL Pres
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Whats the Uit
Generally the gas nan fits thi < 1trh
inner to the shorn East aide Iamb J
mId the New York woman das wnjl
m not halt what they are ea Uti >
Aost side but lately sonothlmcs V J
roll 80lUewher I think Its aJ7 at i J
Hlphbor across the little hall if
The bums gas all tho time She cook f
ill day and keep the gas lit up all
light Weve also had a new reads
5f the wheels lately I dont cook at Ii
ill and go out to the theater nearly
mr night of tho world leaving tk
lat In darkness but this month MJIi
Dill wan Jnst exactly Ute slime a si
aers f
Excited
During a Ore at Sutton Vt a man t
arrived on the scene with a pall pt
water but the excitement wu BO l
great that he forgot all about tho wa t
tor and it was only when the fire was
over that he realized that he waa cUlt t
carrying the full pall about with him
MAMPG ENGRAVERS Nr ThI
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ndvantagc pf telephone service In
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