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THE NOltPOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 10 , 1002. 5
Pacific Coast Representatives
I Agree on Measure.
MORE RIGID THAN QEARY ACT.
If Passed In Its Present Form It Will
j 'Bo Perpetual Unless Repealed and
I Imposes Strict Penalties for Viola-
I tlon Designates Celestials Exempt.
Washington , Jan , 7. The senators
and roproaentatlvcB of the Pacific
coast , who have been considering a
bill for Chinese exclusion , have per
fected a ineasuro which will bo Intro *
duced In both houses In a few days. It
IB much moro comprehensive than any
bills that haivo been presented hereto
fore on this subject , most of which
Blmply provide for excluding Chinese
or re-enacting the Geary law. The
bill under consideration contains 45
pages. It docs not limit Itself to any
term of years , as did the Geary act ,
but If passed In Us present form would
bo perpetual , unless repealed. The
bill declares that all Chinese , other
than citizens of the United States or
those who nro secured In coming to
and residing In the United States un
der the present treaty with China ,
shall bo refused admission , and re
turned to the country whence they
came at the expense of the transporta
tion company bringing them. Trans
portation companies bringing Chinese
to the United States shall detain them
until their right of admission shall be
ascertained. Penalties are provided
for not complying with the provisions
of the net , $1,000 and one year's Im
prisonment being the minimum , with
a'liability to forfeiture of vessels violating
lating any of the provisions of the
law. The only Chinese persons per
mitted to enter the United States un
der the act are those who have be
come citizens by birth and naturaliza
tion , and officials of the Chinese gov
ernment , teachers , students , mer
chants , travelers for pleasure or curi
osity , returning laborers , who must
have certificates , or domiciled mer
chants. Chinese coming as above
enumerated must have certificates
with a photograph attached.
REFUSES TO RELEASE CARTER.
Supreme Court Denies Writ of Habeas
Corpus to Secure His Liberty.
Washington , Jan. 7. The United
States supreme court yesterday re
fused to Interfere In the case of Cap
tain Oberlln M. Carter. The decision
was rendered In the proceedings Insti
tuted by Captain Carter for the pur
pose of securing a writ of habeas
corpus that would release him from
prison at Loavenworth , Kan. The
case originated In the United States
circuit court for the district of Kan-
eas when a petition for the writ was
denied. Yesterday's opinion was de
livered by Chief Justice Puller and
affirmed the decision of the circuit
ROOSEVELT SENDS FOR SCHLEY.
President and Admiral Hold Private
Conference at White House.
Washington , Jan. 7. Rear Admiral
Schloy called at the white house yes
terday by appointment and spent near
ly an hour In conference with the pres
ident. The admiral refused to discuss
the conversation , saying that it was of
o personal character. The president
also declined to intlnmto the nature
of the conference.
Judge Ide Is III.
Washington , Jan. 7. Secretary
Root has been informed that Judge
Ido of the Philippine commission is
111 from an attack of dysentery and
has gone to Japan to recuperate. He
Is the second member of the commis
sion to succumb to hard work under
trying climatic conditions. Judge
Taft , civil governor of the Phllpplnes ,
Is now on his way home on the Grant
for the benefit of his health and also
to confer with the president and the
secretary of war regarding affairs In
Senate Session Is Short.
Washington , Jan. 7. The senate
met yesterday , but no business was
transacted on account of the recent
death of Senator W. J. Sewoll ( N. J. ) .
In his invocation nt the opening of the
session Rev. Dr. Mllburn made touchIng -
Ing reference to the death of Senator
Sewoll. Ho referred also to the dis
ability of Senator Btrry ( Ark. ) and
prayed that h * . ' might bo able to soon
return to his duty in the senate.
Introduces Anti-Anarchist Bill.
Washington , Jan. 7. Representa
tive Grosvonor ( O. ) introduced an
anti-anarchist bill. It is similar to
other measures on this subject , except
that the death penalty is provided for
criminal assaults on an afllccr of the
government , without specifically desig
nating the president as the one as
Death of Architect Clark.
Washington , Jan. 7. Edward Clark ,
the 'architect of the capital , died h'ere
yesterday of catarrh al pneumonia.
He had been in failing health for several -
oral years. Mr. Clark carne from
Philadelphia and entered upon his
duties as capital architect in 18G5. Ho
was 78 years old.
House Transacts No Business.
Washington , Jan. 7. The house
transacted no business yesterday , "Ira *
msdlately after It met Loudcnslagcr
' ( N. J. ) announced the death of Sena *
tor Sowell , and after the adoption of
the customary resolutions , the house
aa a further mark of respect ad
FIFE UNDER ARREST.
Charged Wltli Murder of Frank Rich
ardson at Savannah , Mo.
St , Joseph , Mo. , Jan. 7. A. special
from North Yaklma , Wash. , says :
Stewart Flfo was arrested hero last
night by Constable A. N , Short ,
dhargod with being i fugitive from
lustlco. Ho Is wanted In Savannah ,
Mo. , for the murder of Frank Richard-
Bon , who was shot In hlu homo Dec.
19 , 1900. Information was filed
against Flfo by Prosecuting Attorney
Bohor of St. Joseph some time ago ,
charging murder In the first dogroo.
Flfo has been followed by Chief of
Police Krans of St. Joseph from Now
York to California anil dually to Wash
ington. A requisition will bo nskod
nt once. Addle L. Richardson , wlfo
of the victim , Is under arrest , charged
with complicity In the crime. Flfo
was a business associate of Richard
MEN TO HANG FOR BURGLARY.
Six Convicts Will Be Executed on the
Same Day In North Carolina.
Raleigh , N. C. , Jan. 7. Governor
Aycock yesterday named Wednesday ,
Fob. 25 , for the hanging of six whlto
men , such a wholesale execution In
one day being without precedent In
this state. In each case there has
been an appeal to the supreme court.
Four of the men are to hang at Asho-
vlllo for burglary at Emma , N. C. , ono
to hang at Wilson , N. C. , for assassina
tion and one at Llncolnton for a burg
lary In which a woman waa horribly
TESTIMONY AGAINST NEELY.
Cuban Clerks Say He Got Money for
Hnivana , Jan. 7. At the continua
tion of the trials of the cases arising
from the Cuban postofllco frauds In
the Audlcn circuit court Scnors Lan-
ueza and Dcsvornlno reappeared as
counsel for Estes G. Rathhone. Moyna
and Mascara , the two Cuban stamp
clerks , testified that they had received
surcharged stamps from Charles F. W.
Neely without making record thereof ,
that they had sold them and had given
the money received therefor to Neely.
Escaped Prisoner Shot by Posse.
Helena , Mon. , Jan. 7. Alonzo Kll-
by and Roy Hoffman , prisoners who
escaped from the county jail at Bill
ings a week ago , were captured near
the Chandler ranch , 60 miles north
west of Billings , but not before Kllby
had been fatally shot. Kllby and Roy
Hoffman , who is only 14 years old ,
had been hiding In the Musselshell
country. A posse located them Fri
day. Kllby opened fire and was him
self shot. He died In a few hours.
Lieutenant Woodslde Fatally Hurt.
Halifax , Jan. 7. Lieutenant Wood-
Bide of the Second Canadian Mounted
Rifles was thrown from his horse on
the parade grounds yesterday and his
skull was fractured. He will probably
die. He belongs to Dawson City , and
was the Canadian census commission
er in the Yukon. Trooper McLennan
of Kingston was also thrown and sus
tained a similar injury. Ho may re
cover. . jjj
British Capture Force of Boers.
Bloomfonteln , Jan. 7. Beeresford
constabulary encountered a force of
Boers In the central part of the Orange
River Colony , killed Field Cornet Pro-
torlus and ten men and captured 35
burghers , Including Field Cornets
Leeroux and Erasmus.
Riots In Madrid.
Madrid , Jan. 7. The locked out to
bacco workmen held violent meetings
here last evening. The meetings were
dissolved by the police and riots en
sued , in which several persons were
wounded , Including two police officers.
Falls Dead While Accep..ng ' omce.
Everett , Mass. , Jan. 7. At the Inau
guration of the new city government
yesterday Robert H. Jenkins fell dead
while making a speech accepting the
office of president of the board of al
dermen , to which ho had been elected.
Strikes Snag and Sinks.
Eufaula , Ala. , Jan. 7. The steamer
M. W. Kelly of the Independent line
Btruck a snag and sank yesterday two
miles above this city. There were no
Corunna , Spain , Jan. 7. A bark was
capsized at the mounth of the River
Lezero , and 23 persons , mostly wom
en , haive boon drowned.
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
Helen Gould Is to build a sanitarium
for children at Idaho Springs , Colo.
William S. Warren was re-elected
president of the Chicago board of
G. N. Wlswcll of Milwaukee , who
was slated for fourth assistant post
master general , may die of pneumonia.
The Standard Oil company and its
rivals are sending out fleets under
sealed orders in the battle for the
The members of the Iowa assembly
are gathering at DCS Molnes. The
inaugural parade of Governor-elect
Cummins Is to bo imposing.
John G. Sadller , general manager of
the Springfield ( O. ) Foundry company ,
was shot and killed Monday by John
\V . Kenney , a molder who had recent
ly been discharged.
Among the bills introduced In the
Now York legislature was ono by As-
Bomblyman Bennett of Now York ,
making It a misdemeanor to flirt on a
A bitter fight over oleomargarine Is
to bo waged this week In the house
committee on agriculture. An attempt
will bo made to substitute the Tawnoy
bill for the Grout measure.
Slayers of Sheriff Ricker Cap-
turcd in Wyoming.
AVERT LYNCHING BY STRATEGY.
Half Starved and Badly Frozen , Clar
ence Woodward and Frank Footo
Are Taken With Ease Men Gather
and Discuss Summary Justice.
Casper , Wy. , Jan. 7. Lovl Boll
brought In Clarence Woodward and
Frank S. Foote , two of the murderers
of Sheriff W. C. Rlckor , late last oven-
ing. Lovl Boll and Enoch Jones wore
loft at the Woodward ranch to watch
things , and early yesterday morning
the two murderers came into the
ranch. They had had nothing to uat
and wore badly frozen.
The town Is all oxultomont , Men
are gathering In small crowds all over
town and oilier man nro stirring up
the surrounding inhabitants.
W. E. Tubbs was appointed sheriff
and ho Is swearing In a lurgu posse to
protect the Jail. The crowd wanted
the prisoners ae they wore going to
Jail. Boll had them tied llko hogs In
a wagon and the crowd was deceived
as to the presence of the murderers
until they wore lodged In Jndl.
Deputy John Sherman reports that
Charles Woodward was seen Saturday
near the Ajtbell ranch , 25 miles west
of Ervay. Woodward was on foot and
going west. Deputy James Kennedy
got a fresh horse at Asboll's ranch
and was not over four hours behind
Charles Woodward IB the older
brother and supposed to ho the ono
that shot Rlckcr. Ho told his wife
before ho broke Jail that ho was go
ing and would never bo taken alive.
Woodward In Jail says ho had noth
ing to do with the killing.
COMMITS MURDER AND SUICIDE.
County Surveyor Shoots and Kills
Sweetheart and Himself.
West Union , la. , Jan. 7. Homer M.
Neff , county surveyor and former
county clerk , last night-shot and killed
Miss Rose Falb , to whom for several |
years ho has been paying attention , |
and wounded Emmet Sullivan , his j
rival , and then killed himself. The >
deed was committed between 8 and
9 o'clock In the room of Miss Falb at
the Commercial hotel. Sullivan and
the girl were visiting , when sudden
ly Neff appeared In the doorway , firing
flve shots In rapid succession. Four
of the shots took effect , two struck
the girl's head and ono penetrated
the right breast. Sullivan was struck
in the face , the bullet glancing , and
ho will recover. Then Noff turned off
the light and .went across the park to
his room , where he deliberately locked
the door , removed the empty shells
from his revolver , reloaded it , turned
on the light and shot himself in the
temple , death being Instantaneous.
Neff had lived at West Union the
greater part of his life. He was
about 45 years old. Ho bore an excel
lent reputation , although considered
somewhat eccentric. For some tlmo
bo has owned and operated in com
pany with his brother the local elec
tric light plant.
Begins Work on World's Fair.
St. Louis , Jan. 7. Director of Works
Isaac S. Taylor began the herculean
task of building the World's fair of
1903 at G o'clock this morning , when
eeveral hundred laborers started to
change the course of the River DCS
Peres In its meauderlngs across the
exposition site. Before the executive
committee of the exposition Mr. Tay
lor expressed the hope that 1,500 men
would bo at work on the fair site
within 48 hours.
Interstate Commerce Hearing.
Chicago , Jan. 7. Members of the
interstate commerce commission gath
ered hero today prepared to begin an
investigation Into the methods of ship
ping packing house products and
dressed beef and also , Into thc.methods
of combinations among railroads.
Present plans are to probe Into the
handling of packing house products for
two or three days and then to take
up the moro interesting community of
Battleship Illinois in Dry Dock.
New Orleans , Jan. 7. The battle-
ehlp Illinois rests In the New Orleans
floating dry dock today and will
have her bottom scraped and bo put
back Into the water about Friday. The
Illinois is the largest vessel over
docked by a floating dry dock. Slot-
tin , Germany , has a dock with 11,000
tons capacity. The Illinois has 12,000
tons displacement but the dock has
a capacity of 18,000 tons.
Land on Coast of Venezuela.
Wlllemstad , Jan. 7. It Is definitely
known that General Rlera , the Vene
zuelan insurgent leader , and all the
other insurgents who had assembled
hero , embarked on board the Liber-
tador Sunday and landed on Veno- *
eoulan soil yesterday near Voladecoro
with arms and ammunition. It is re
ported hero that the Llbertador has
raptured the Venezuelan gunboat
Liberty Bell on Its Travels.
Luroy , Va. , Jan. 7. From Harrisburg -
burg , which was the first stop of the
Liberty boll on its Journey , to Charles
ton , the run through the Cumberland
Valley was a series of remarkable
ovations. Crowds greeted the relic at
Mechonlcsburg and at Carlisle , where
the Indian school pupils turned out , '
at Newvlllo , Shlpponsburg , Scotland ,
GhaanborBburff and Greencastlo.
CASHIER IS $35,000 SHORT.
Truntcd Employe Speculates With
Tnnntnn , Mass. , .Inn. 7. Harry H.
TowiiHond , cnHhlor of the Hrlntol
County National bank , In $35,000 nhnrt
In hln accounts , the ilollult having
boon found last night by Bank Exam
iner lOwor. The deficit In mild in
have boon duo to speculation In cot
ton futures. TowiiHcnd Is under the
eye of a United Status officer until
the bank's affairs fl.ro further Investi
gated. When thn Irregularities were
railed to Cushion Townnond's ' atten
tion ho admitted that ho was short In
his nccounta to the amount stated.
Towniiond had worked In the bank
fltnoo ho loft school , noino 25 yearn
ago. Ono of thn directors said that
apparently the defalcation had boon
going on for two years uiul that
TowtiHGiid admitted this.
BEAVER CITY'S SECOND FIRE.
Seven More Business Buildings Burn ,
Making Total of Fourteen.
Beaver City , Nob. , Jan. 7. For the
second tlmo In four months tlio busi
ness portion of Beaver City him inif-
fored severely by lire. Yesterday
Koven liulldlngH on the south nldu were
burned , making a total of 14 bimlnoss
hoiiHos In the two llroH. The heaviest
loserH uro AyorH & Co. , general mer
chandise , loss $8,000 , liiituruiioo $5,000 ;
Moore & Ellin , hardware and grocer
ies , long $3,500 , Insurance $2,500 ; Nosn
& Orcutt , moat market , IOHH $600 , In
BEATRICE WOMAN IS KILLED.
Victim of Chicago Streeet Car Identi
fied as Mrs. J , L. Ashby.
Chicago , Jan. 7. The remains of a
woman thrown from a West Madison
Htreut cable Sunday were Identified
as tlioHo of Mrs. John B. Ashby , form
erly of Beatrice , Nob. , and holr to a
fortune of $20,000. I lor umldon niuno
was Mabel 1. SlHHon. Her husband IB
said to ho In Chicago , but the police
have been unable to loculo him. A
coronor'B Jury returned a verdict of
accidental 'death. The remains will
bo forwarded to Beatrice for burial.
Appoints Missouri Officers.
Washington , Jan. 7. President
Roosevelt yesterday notified Repre
sentative Barthold ( Mo. ) that ho had
decided to appoint Ben Wosthus In
ternal revenue collector of the eastern
district of Missouri to succeed H. C.
Gronner , resigned , and Colonel D. P.
Doyer , United States district attorney ,
to succeed Edward Rosslor on the ex
piration of the hitter's term. The
above appointments are considered
victories for the anti-Kerens faction In
Artist Ends Her Life.
New York , Jan. 7. Miss Hannah II.
Cogglns , an artist of some note , said
to bo of wealthy and prominent Phil
adelphia family connections , was
found dead In her studio In this city
yesterday. Her death was reported
as ono of suicide , one end of a rubber
tube from an open gas Jet being In
her mouth. She was not In need of
money , for there was moro than $75
In cash In her rooms.
Banker Attempts Suicide.
Dlller , Neb. , Jan. 7. Smith Dlllor ,
cashier of the First National bank of
this place , and In whoso honor the
town was named , seriously gashed his
throat with suicidal Intent yesterday.
Although badly Injured , he will prob
ably recover. Dlllor's child died from
accidental poisoning a few months
ago and since then ho has been men
Two Men Arrested for Crime.
Chicago , Jan. 7. A body , said to bo
that of Carrie Larson , and which had
a weight around Its nock , was taken
from the river hero yesterday. Jainea
Thomas , cook of the steamer Oscar ,
and Robert Rlesseck , who also worked
on the boat , were placed under arrest
following the discovery.
Pioneer Lumberman Dead.
LaCrosse , Wts. , Jan. 7. Silas Board-
man , one of the oldest lumbermen'of
this city , died yesterday , aged 67. Ho
was ono of the first to engage In the
logging business on the Mississippi.
Methodist Clergyman Assaulted.
Vlnton , la. , Jan. 7. Rev. F. L. Loveland -
land , a Methodist pastor , was assault
ed In his own homo yesterday by a
burglar , who Inflicted a head wound.
Ho will recover.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
Captain William Stanley died at
Austin , Minn. , Monday.
The Chicago and Southeastern rail
road Is again tied up by a general
strike of trainmen.
The Western Oil association , com
prising oil operators in Colorado , Wy
oming , Utah and New Mexico , was
organized In Denver Monday.
William Condon , who woe shot by
Detective George Williams at St.
Louis Monday while resisting arrest
is dead. During his life Condon bus
killed two men.
A cnso famous in international diplo
macy was closed Monday by the pay
ment of $7,600 damages to Mrs. Lenz ,
the mother of Frank G. Lonz , the
American wheelman who was killed
by Turkish officials.
Thomas Hughes , for 14 years city
passenger agent of the Mlsspurl Pa
cific railway in Kansas City , has been
made traveling passenger agent of
that road In the northwest territory ,
with headquarters at Omaha.
The open air treatment for persons
in early stages of consumption IB
shown to have been efficacious to the
effect of about C7 per cent of the cases
treated during the past year at the
Massachusetts elate sanitarium at
Court of Appeals Finds Federal
WOOD AND FROST CONVICTED.
Judge Morrow of Snn Francisco Renders -
dors Final Decision In Famous Cape
Nome Mining Claims Cnnoa In
volves MoKenzle In the Conspiracy ,
San FraiiclHi-o , Jan.7. The United
HI at 011 circuit con it of iippoahi yontor-
day fined .liiilfjo Arthur N. Noyon
$1,000 for contempt of court. Unltod
Htuttm District Attorney .losnph 1C.
Wood atid lilii iinHlMtiint , 0. A. H. Front ,
wore Hontoncod to Imprisonment for
terms of four numthx and ono year
The opinion of the court wan road
by Judge Morrow , who mild ; "In my
Judgment the ovldonco witulillnliod the
fact that there wan a conspiracy between -
twoon the respondent , Alexander Mac-
konslo , and otherit to secure ponnon-
iilon of curtain valuable mining claims
at Nome , Alaska , under proceedings
Involving the appointment of a receiv
er for the purpoHo of working the prop
ortion and olit'tilnltiK ' thu iold ; dopon-
Ited In the claims. "
Rock Island Railway Loses Case in
Federal Supreme Court.
Washington , Jan. 7. In the mi-
promo court u dc.clnlon was delivered
by Justice McKeimu In the case of
the Chicago , Rock Isliind and Pacific
Railroad company vn. Bertha Xnrnoeko ,
administratrix of Ernent Zurncckc ,
nnd also In the case of the same com
pany against Webster Hilton , admin
istrator of the estiito of J. II. Mat
thews. These cases Involved the
constitutionality of the state law of
Nebraska providing that persons In
jured on a rullnmil of ( hut stnto should
bo awaidod damages In cases not
caused by the criminal negligence
of the passenger. The court sustained
Withdrawing Troops From Cuba.
Washington , Jan. 7. Acting In ac
cordance with a recommendation
made by General Wood , military gov
ernor of Cuba , Secretary Hoot has di
rected that the Third squadron of tha
Eighth cavalry , comprising the entire
garrison at Puerto Principe , bo |
brought to the United States at tho' '
first favorable opportunity. It In ad
mitted that thin Is practically the be
ginning of the general withdrawal of
United States troops In Cuba , propa-
atory to the transfer of the control of
affairs to the civil government to bo
Installed during the coming summer.
Mayor Harrison on Traction Question.
Chicago , Jan. 7. In a message to
the city council on the traction ques
tion Mayor Harrison declared that ho
never would give his official consent
to a franchlsa extension which did not
contain provisions making possible
ultimate municipal ownership , nor tea
a franchise which did not require
ratification by a referendum vote of
the people before It took effect.
Legislation first , and franchises aft
erward , was his motto.
New York's New Marriage Law.
Now York , Jan. 7. The first con
tract marriage under 'the now Weeks
law was filed yesterday with the city
clerk. This contract certificate Is an
agreement between'a man and a wom
an to live together us man and wife.
Under the law any contract signed
by contracting parties , witnessed
by a commissioner of deeds and filed
with the city clerk within a month
I thereof legalizes the marriage and
the progeny also.
Nash Appoints Kllbourne.
Columbus , O. , Jan. 7. Governor
Nash has appointed Colonel Kllbourno
of this city as a member of the Vlcks-
burg monument commission , vice Gen
eral Andrew Hickonlopor of Cincin
nati , resigned. Colonel Kllbourne was
Governor Nash'e opponent in the re
cent election , and the favor comes as
a compliment. Governor Nosh and
Colonel Kllbourno have been friends
and nelghors for years.
Bought by the Wabash.
Cumberland , Md. , Jan. 7. It was
learned from tm authoritative source
hero that the West Virginia Central
and Pittsburg railway has been sold
by Colonel Thomas B. Davis. It Is
believed that the Wabash Is the pur
chaser and that the extensive mines
recently merged with the railroad are
Included In the sale. It Is understood
the price to bo paid Is $17,000,000.
Favor Repeal of War Taxes.
Chicago , Jan. 7. The oxecutlvo
committee of the National Business
league unanimously voted In favor of
the repeal of the remainder of the war
revenue taxes. The resolutions adopt
ed are to bo sent to congress and to
commercial organizations and to bust-
n ia men throughout the country.
Secures Ten Years In Prison.
Des Moines , Jan. 7. Elijah Eath-
cote was yesterday sentenced to a
term of ten years in the penitentiary
for breaking Into his wife's room and
shooting her three times because she
would not live with him. Her recov
ery was almost miraculous.
To Stamp Out Blackmail.
Now York , Jan. 7. Mayor Low sent
his message to the board of aldermen
yesterday. It was brief and the only
subject treated of was blackmail In
the civil administration , for the stamp
ing out of which ho said ho desired
the co-operation of the city.
Is very much llko the blossom
ing of a flower. It ; ! bounty and
perfection depends entirely
upon the cnro bestowed upon
HH parent. Expectant mothers
should have the tundcrost cnro.
They Miotild bo spared all worry
and anxiety. They Khouhl cat
plenty of fjoort nourishing food
ami take RontlocxurciKcH , Thin
will o u long way toward preserv
ing their health and their beauty
us well as that of the Illtlu otic to
conic. Hut to bo absolutely nuro
of a short nnd painless labor they
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during thn montlm of
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ilrviiKth niul vluor to tlin inilRUlcH unit
prnx'rutH nil of tun illHciiinfortH nf prt'K-
imtiuy , wlilcli women UHcil to Ililuk
were nliMilutrly nermnury When
Mother' * I'rlrml Is lined there In no
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tore , Wl inir IxiUlo.
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ATLANTA , < 1A.
Will , for our fr. l xik , " ll.f.ir. I1.l > r I. Horn "
Pain Pills ,
At all drug ttorri. 25 DOM. 25c.
"Why Sluwld Calamity - .
lamity Be Full of
Words ? "
The mere saying of words is
easy , and some men devote
their whole lives to it. They
talk rather than act. The ca
lamity howlers in any commu
nity are of this kind.
While the unsuccessful busi
ness man is talking the success
ful man is acting. When he
speaks he uses words , but he
tells facts. He seldom , how
ever , depends upon his own
He brings to bis aid the trumpet toogaed
voice of the press.
He purchases space in the
advertising columns of his local
paper , and he uses it to good
This is your local paper.
There is space in these col
umns for use. Are you add
ing its strength to your voice ?
Properly used it will aid you.
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