Terrible mine disasters occur almost weekly throughout the U.S.
The latest occurred at Palos, Ala., on Friday, in which 180 men lost their
Dr. Dye, assisted by Dr. Morford, performed a very successful
operation on Will Stevens, Saturday, at Stump Hotel, amputating the second
finger of the right hand. The first trouble with this finger was caused by a
bone felon, which became infected with erysipelas, necessitating an amputation.
Stevens is getting along splendidly, and we sincerely hope he
will soon be fully recovered from the effects of this injury from which he has
suffered so long and intensely.
When a man comes home from business and sees his wife worn out,
he thinks she ought to have been on Wall Street and then she would have
something to worry her. He does not know that she conducts a university, a
clothing establishment, a restaurant, a laundry and a library, while she is also
the health officer, police and president of her residence.
Announcement was made of plans for a visit here Apr. 26 of Bob
Kennedy, brother of Sen. John Kennedy of Massachusetts, a candidate for
He will speak at a banquet to be held that evening at the high
school. Further plans will be announced. The dinner will be open to the public.
Bob Kennedy has served for several years as a legal counsel for
a Senate committee investigating racketeers in labor and business, and is quite
famous in his own right.
Grantsville is one of the few small towns of the state to have a major banquet
during the primary campaign. A number of Calhoun Democrats have become
interested in the campaign of Sen. Kennedy, and they requested the speaking
engagement several weeks ago. Several of the Kennedy-for-President group went to
Charleston on Wednesday to make arrangements for the campaign.