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t?AGE TWO The FooMiiller r llaathly Mustard-Plaster fjr the Blood-Boils of Society, Chare and State. PUBLISHED HOKTHLI. vjy'in 11 1 "" saea Larkin Pearson - - - Editor BOOMER, NORTH CAROLINA. SFBgCBiPTIOH BATSSt Sioprle 8ubfiription, one year, 25 cts. fn Olubs of Five or More, 15 cts. 5ter; s gecond-clui matter larh 8, 1916, at the pcitoMc at $.$?, N. C, tmdtr thd aet . oi tAreh 8, 1S79. AKE NOTICUS T Da not nd postftc staznf i oa inb- f1$tioa. Remittances ihold be madd by filtered letter, expreig or poatoOce $a&7 order. Ba areful to write your own name addrcea plainly, and direct all Utters and make all ordera payable m THE FOOL-KILLER, Boomer, - - - - North Carolina. Reduced Rates Well, folksee, I have decided to risk my chances on putting The Fool Killer back to its old price. Print paper is still costing me twice as much as it did before the war; but the general trend of prices is down ward, and I want to give my readers One benefit of aU possible redaction. because I know times are hard and money scarce. So please tell everybody yon see And send word to the rest that tbey can now get The Fool-Killer again at the old price 25 cents for a single .uebcription, or 15 cents each in clubs of five or more at one time. r?ow please rush in the subs like you did in the old days, and I'll do my level best to keep 'em awake. Let Us Talk It Over Well, dear sinner friends, this is ffhe Fool-Killer. How does it set on your stomach? If you like it you can get more at headquarters. The Fool-Killer is nob even a forty 'leventh cousin to any other paper on aarth. It stands in a class by itself, and its field is as broad as the English language. This paper wears no bell, muzzle, collar nor halter. Yon can put that down to start with. I am the fellow who works at the pump-handle on this rag of reform. I never travelled any to speak of, but I have read a great deal, and have thunk some. And then I started The Fool-Killer, just to quiet my nerves and to keep the old press from getting rusty. From the seclusion of these wooded taills there will go forth each month a bundle of literary dynamite that will shake the rotten foundations of -society and cause the church of Mammon to at least turn over in its sleep. The Fool-Killer is a monthly mus tard plaster fjr the blood-boils of Society, Church and State. It is written with a red-hot poker diDoed in razor-soup. It rides the devil a straddle without saddle, and epurs him at every lope. It is salted with wit, peppered with humor, and seasoned with sarcasm. Everv line cuts like a whip, and every word raises a blister. If you are a fool you had better not subscribe tor Trie t ooi-KUier. it you are wise you will, and that settles it. JAMES LAREIN PEARSON . 7 -r x i-i THE FOOL-KILLER, WHERE IS CAIN?" Theologians generally have taught that man is a trinity body, soul and spirit and that , the soul and spirit act and think independently of the body, thus causing confusion in the understanding of God's word. A writpv wtTiosa nnmp is liTiTrnnwn i , - has composed the following lines on the subject, which illustrate the difficulties encountered bv those who hold to the foregoing view: Is man so great a mystery as the ologians teach? Possessing other entities the eye can never reach The outer man of dust was made, in which they all agree, And in this house there dwell a eoul and spirit, making three. By this arrangement, don't you see, a triune man appears, mysterious us me mree-one viuu vvuo ' centers everywhere; For in the outer man there dwells the I 1 - ll 1 I mysuc man, me soui, Iso a tLid, the spirit man, which ! maKes tne compact wnoie. Soon, body man returns to dust, the spirit man to God, . The soul man down to hell is cast to writhe in fire and blood; A I m tnese conaiuons aweii One Cain in dust , one Cain with God, the other Cain in hell. NO FEBRUARY PAPER. Well, honey, if you wanted to Well, Honey, if you wanted to as I wanted l0 send you one, I reckon we are both purty badly disarmointed. I did evervthiner in rv,TT -n.tt. 4- Qnir i?K ruarv but couldn't auite make ruary, uut cumun s quiie ide it. This is the issue that I intend- i , ed for February, but thought it might as well be d ated for March, It don't matter so much about the about the glands is not one of j. i m.. : u-.Jfho wiiioTroq v.oa fv.of ffOM uate, nonow. xn jure wimu counts, and here it is. urmK it. WHO WILL BEAT IT? Listen, folks! Here is some- thing interesting. My club - raisers have started a race to see who can send in the biesrest Killer. A few weeks ago Rev Wm. J Davis, Ozark Ark. sent 111 a C1UU Ol UU Wltn ipi.OO LO nav for them. That was the . , biggest club m two years, but it didn't hold the record very long, for right on the heels of it came a club of 72 with money order for $10.80 from Andy lementz, oi meniana, in. 1 already had a bier list at that of- fice, and now with 72 more add- ea, i xeei sate 111 saynig uiab from now on more Fool-Killers will ero to Highland. 111., than to any other postoffice in the world. Who will be the next to break the record Y Kemember I am not giving any premiums for big clubs. 1 have put the mice of the rarer so low that I -- . . can't afford to give premiums, l tnmK we win discoyer as we favorable time. But you pro but hundreds of people enjoy go on into the Golden Age that a bably remember that when the getting up Dig ciuds just ior the fun of it. Now just best J I I I 1 f - yourselves and see who will be the next to head the list. BOOMER, N.C titi? Ff TYTP ni? t ti?t? i lHh iii LI a IK UI Lilrbj, The Raleigh (N. C.) News and Observer of Feb. 11th prints an er to unaerstana. -editorial headed, "Has the Elix- Hurrah for .biological chemis- , t :-p r tt j" x-a rrv arm tnft rmctless flandsl -l ui it ieeu ruuiiu; j.iu. it goes on to tell about a wonder ful new discovery in biological i- j i- - i. i i cneimjsLiy wnicn me nuyn o sci- ence nave maae m connection with certain ductless glands in I minutes win ue eiiouga ior Vu'u.,, rru i."tthe KadlODhOne. And tlien II cm; Human wou. xne ;uiu-a Lroc t iHofnVo r ovninin A or-AT7Qir onl n a T Vall I t w vin-raovJ pert technical knowledge. But honey-bunch, is the latest de even the average reader is inter- yelopment of the Wireless. The ocforl in VnnAirino-Viof a now con. sation hag been spruno; and that fi wViio r4A io fQnrir,rr oKnnf it Wo Mmmm frlVa Inn't inv so muich about what it IS but we would like to know what it , w t t t it b jefl th ey claim to have discovered that fVipco . TiffV JnrfUcc o-ianria i-n VAAW MVVAJ kVOCTOO C AAA vlivX IV Ull" ' hanarkApf mwor nf iviiiiironainn Qorn ,,0- v, u rinr.a frt fVi' that will pjiiip thpm to aptiiil - w wnvv -mivQ moVino- ppfe become young jagain makino- vouno-neorile atav voiirtir orlq anrvxMruT Ase C4AAV1. U A J T TV 111UU1 J. UA LTU VI VA nf PTiHnrjiT.AP Tt vnllv KponnQ to look like the secret of life has Wvi AicMxrmA A Timf u ,,nil KTiX Ult3WVACU (U1U WAlCVV X4 YT AAA tsvryi ooiKl -f t1 A OWJU IkV WVlJWAWiv AVA UWllV pie can be changed to such an I Mib VWU KTs VA1UUKVU WV UUVU UU extent that a notorious crimma extent tiuit a notorious criminal into a good citizen. -n t a--:a m Biological Ghemistrv. Cklum- hia T Tn i vrs t v . Vma written iwkir nn fnio wnniovfni cnKioiM- and the New York Times Book . . , . i4. S?fSY- ?.th..v,es .1. naii-uage notice m wnicn some ww tnT4imrr o,n w,rV, out. It says that this discovery - v' - w - " iT" " Z iuu ttiuauv uccu tcatcu out enough to prove that tt does avV An fuo MiimHfi is beginning to sit up and take ... .. notice, .. . . . .. Ana that Brings us to another point. Two or three years ago Association began to announce that mallions of .people now hv- . L'iJ- avv.x -ic They didn't base their claims on I T VA. any scientific discovery, but only on Bible prophecies and time measurements derived tnereirom. au this ductless gland ' sensation has sprung up omc lucil cumuuu,ciucnu wcu started. But I just want you to stop and notice how beautifully rPV. T3iKl wicjr x. wgcwici. xaac jjiuic Students were walking by FAITH only, and they didni know just how the thing would be brought about. But we now begin to see mat it may come m a perfectly natural way as the result oi increased Knowledge (among men. i i -ii - I jnHA A -- - - TT f W rfV 1 IA W great mauy tmng& vviiicn we have always thought would come suddenly and supernatur- any win m iact oe Drought aoout MAR , 1922. m this perfectly natural way. After all, that is rare reason- able, more interesting, and easi- THE RADIOPHONE. ... n . xTTr L WeU- ? ngnK ED?Ut a. , - , i j you want more you can ask for The Radiophone, my dear. -UlVCUtVXO uavc WCCU vvui ivm uit lt toi yeays nd had met lth a good deal of success some time ago, DUt the thing IS JUSt now. beginning to reach the people. Swa1 of the large cities now have powerful Wireless tel- ephone sending stations broad- I atativuo tiicj axe vtuicu -ana tney are continually sena- mp - out all kinds of entertain- 1 . 1 j I .m mm I 4-y A'4- i i- r.m.m.r.mf rm imeuus, music, iwtuxco, siijwiis etc. Every night of the world l Uiese uiig are guing uut turu the air for thousands of miles m every direction. And m the day time, too, for that matter. The air over vour head is rjula- 31. ... - . - in With words all the time. And now for the price of a suuu muie yuu cuu nave un I . . , . . lusuuuiwit iu vvur own iiome I t 1 11 ill A. 1 wnicn wm enaDie you to near 311,1 entertainers in the I i . , .7. M. 11 i , JKf . ' V"" tnnh ITaln I matter where voii are. and vou can hear everv word clear and - - Plai?V although you may be two or tnree tnousand miles away from the speakers. All this wlU cost you absolutely nothing except the small expense of buy- in. and imtallino- the instra- " ment. L Now what do you think about tlA uuuu; , , . I Oan you let sucn things as that go on around you every day and still fail to see that a new - - - , 1 u wuuu 1U1 Udwmu8 Man, wake up! You are now I lTnyn .Tiler iv thi rlown - n J"fiT" rL "?-f "511.. :J" " " "6 " lue ""' Incidentally, it seems that the a airships have developed a heth hagit of junking them- sp wq Vnn rAmpmhor fho y.w. 9 " AAVW AVAA CVtL V. X JlAAVA. AAV VV UUVKU oes the omj' at Lancrlev Va k;iiino. 05 aT11 -Sil m Several others. Well, if Sen f emal thi the wU1 . t h w ViQiTr von- 4.0n wrecked or pxr)i0fip3 Think . V'A- Ajjiuu-u. x aaaaaav about that President HarrltiiYiAa wanta to postpone the bonus measures till some more favorable time. Yes, doggon it, and I expect lots of the poor fellows who died in France would have been glad to Dostnone THAT till kotyi -mora III I 1 . piutes wanted the boys to go off and suffer and die it had to be done right then. There was' not any postponing in the case.