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L > THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7,1902. 5
.Buried Under Ruins of Burning
Building at St.Louis. .
frEN OTHERS SERIOUSLY HURT.
Structure Suddenly Collapses During
a Fire Heroic Efforts Are Made to
8avo Some of the Men , but Effort a
I Are In Vain.
St. Louis , Feb. C. At loaat ten men
fivoro Iclllod and as many more Injured
. at a flro which broke out last night
in the live-story stone and brick building -
ing located at 314 Chestnut street , oc
cupied by thp American Tent and
'Awning ' company. . The builrftoe sud
denly collapsed and the firemen wore
caught In the crash.
The dead : August Thierry , Michael
Koboo , William Dundon , Charles Krcn-
nine , Patrick Bergen , Daniel Steele ,
thrco plpcmcn , names unknown.
The Injured : Frank Lingo , Monroe
Moore , Patrick McCarthy , William K.
Julleb , William Hogoland.
The building In which the nre orig
inated was located In the old business
soctlon of the city and was about CO
years old. The blaze , which proved
a hard one for the flro department to
master , hod been gotten practically
under control , when suddenly , with ab
solutely no warning , It collapsed and
came down In a heap with a noise that
could be heard for blocks. Throe pipe-
men at work on the second floor had
bad difficulty in managing a line of
lioso and Assistant Chief Thierry was
on his way with six of his men to lend
them aid when the building collapsed.
The men went down with tons of twist
ed Iron , brick , stone and wooden columns -
< umns enveloping them. Chief Swing-
> ley , who was In front of the building
directing his men , had a miraculous
escape from death. As the front wall
fell outward he scurried across the
etroet and got under a truck. The
truck was covered with debris and
partly wrecked , but to Its sheltering
protection the chief owes his life.
Prank Lingo , driver of the truck , was
directing a stream on the flro from
the aerial ladder about 40 feet from
the ground when the wall foil. A portion
tion of the debris struck him and bo
was hurled to the ground , receiving
fatal injuries. Chief Swingloy put his
entire force at work at once in an ef
fort to rescue the burled flremen.
Mayor Rolla Wells arrived on the
scene at 12:30 : a. m. and at once
pressed all the stevedores , 'longshore
men and others of that class in tlio
neighborhood into service in the work
of uncovering the bodies of the unfor
Taking a stand on a big pile of debris
the mayor cheered on the working
forces in the hopes that perha.ps a
epark of Hfo remained in some of the
todies beneath the immense pile of
The first body taken from the ruins
was that of William Dundon , at 2:30 : a.
m. He was barely conscious and badly
crushed. Ho was taken to the hos
pital. No hopes are entertained for
Following Is a list of the losses :
'American ' Tent and Awning company ,
$25,000 ; McLean & Tate , loss on build
ing , $35,000 ; Herman Ruppelt , Job
printer , $10,000 ; scattering , $5,000.
BARGES LOST IN STORM.
Crews of Three Vessels Thought to
New York , Feb. 5. There is every
reason to believe that three barges ,
coal laden , Newport News for Boston ,
have been lost at sea , as a result of
the storm and that 13 persons , com
prising the crows , have perished. The
barges were the Antelope , Belle of
Oregon and Mystic Belle. They were
dn tow of the tug Richmond and the
finding of a piece of wreckage bearing
the letters "O. P. K. " lends confirms
ition to other information at hand.
During the height of the blow the
Richmond's heavy towing hawser
napped and the barges want adrift
off Fire island. Bach barge had on
lioard three sailors. Besides these ,
were Captain Milier and his wife , who
acted as cook on the Antelope ; Cap
tain Harding on the Belle of Oregon
aid Captain Rogers on the Mystic
Belle , a total of 13 parsons.
The tug Richmond , Captain McCon
cell , reached Newport yesterday. Cap
tain McConnell states that ho was well
out to sea with his tow at C p. m. Sun
day , off the Long island coast , when
the rope from the forward barge part
d and the barges were blown away
from the tug. Captain McConnell said
ho did not give up hope of rescuing
the men on the barges until It became
too dark for him to distinguish them.
The tug then made for Newport. Cap
tain McConnell thinks the barges and
-those aboard of them have been lost.
Michigan In Grasp of Blizzard.
Grand Rapids , Mich. , Feb. 5. The
Whole of western Michigan is being
ewopt by a terrible blizzard , the
fiercest of the year. Trains from the
l.orth yeoterdarr were three to five
hours late and the big plows are do
ing their bert to prevent a complete
blockade , which scorns likely.
Explosion on Towboat
Pittsburg , Feb. 6. Word has Just
been received from Braddock that the
tellers of the towboat John W. Ailcs
blew up. The accident happened at
the south bank of the Monongohela
-river , opposite Braddock.
Albert Smith Confesses Killing.
Des Molnes , Feb. 5. Albert
yesterday confessed that ho struck io
blow which killed Bruce Martin in a
saloon row , from which Martin died ,
murder rra over a crap game.
GIVE INDIANS A HEARING.
e Committee Will Rearrange Plan
of Leasing Grazing Land.
Washington , Fob. G. There was a
meeting last night of the senate In *
dlan affairs committee engaged In
conducting an inquiry Into a lease
made by the Sioux Indians of the
Standing Rock agency , North Dakota ,
of about 1,000,000 ncrcn of land for
grazing purposes. There were present
six of the Indians , with their Inter
preter. The Indians object to some
features of the lease and want Its pro
visions modified before it Is formally
approved by the Interior department.
As AI result of the information gath
ered from the Indians and the offi
cials present , the committee will
recommend that there bo Incorporated
In the lease a provision that the In
dians and agent go over the lands of
the reservation and select those unoc
cupied to bo leased , looking to the In
dians and the agent to determine w'mt '
portions are "unoccupied. "
TO RESIST MINERS' DEMAND.
Operators Believed to Be Allied to He-
fuse Request for Raloe.
Indianapolis , Fob. 5. The Joint scale
committee of the United Mine Work
ers and the operators probably will re
port back to the general conference
today that it Is unable to reach an
agreement. Thrco of the demands of
the miners and the proposition of the
operators for a reduction of 10 per
cent have been tabled. It Is believed
that Ohio and Pennsylvania operators
have formed an alliance for the pur
pose of resisting every demand of the
This may result in a holding out for
several days , as the minors desire an
advance at least if they are unable to
got the run of mine system and a now
differential between pick and machine
WYOMING CATTLEMAN FINED.
Spaugh Must Pay $50 for Illegally
Fencing Government Land.
Cheyenne , Wy. , Feb. 5. In the Unit
ed States court yesterday A. D.
Spaugh , the Mannvlllo stockman , was
sentenced to one day in jail and to
pay a fine of $50 and costs in the casw
for Illegally fencing government
lands. Spaugh was convicted several
weeks ago and ordered to remove tlio
fence. The Illegal fence , which en
closed 220,000 acres of land in the cen
tral part of the state , has been taken
down by Spaugh.
Lets Contract for Grading.
Fort Dodge , la. , Feb. 5. The con
tract for grading on the Omaha exten
sion of the Chicago Great Western
from Harlan to Council Bluffs waa
lot yesterday to Winston Bros , of Min
neapolis. Winston Bros , have also
contracted for the grading from Cnr
roll to Harlan and will commence work
early in the spring. Grading contracts
for the entire line from Fort Dodge
to Omaha are now let.
Box Makers Form Combine.
Green Bay , Wis. , Fob. 5. A combina
tion of box. manufacturers , Including
seven Wisconsin factories and one at
Muscatine , la. , has been formed and
Incorporated under the laws of New
Jersey. The headquarters will be in
Chicago. Economy In management
and purchase of supplies through a
single agency are said to bo the pur
poses of the combination.
Mistake About Florence Ely.
Casselton. N. D. , Feb. 5. Chief of
Police Ballard yesterday received pho
tographs of Miss Florence Ely and
her nephew , Frank Ely Rogers , who
have been missing from Evanston ,
Ills. , for some months. The chief at
once stated that the photographs were
sufficient to convince him that the
woman and boy under surveillance
were not the ones wanted.
Negro Doctor Killed by Mob.
Charleston , W. Va. , Feb. 5. At Glen
gean lost night a mob went to the
home of C. B. Williams , a colored herb
doctor , called him to the door and shot
him to death. He returned the fire and
killed More Allen , colored. Williams
woo a recent arrival from Tennessee
and Ignorant negroes believed him to
b a conjurer.
Council Lauds Black Race.
Carlisle. Pa. , Feb. B. The 14th
commencement of the Indian industrial
school occurred last night An ad
dress by Professor W. .H. Council of
Normal , Ala , , former slave , was a
feature. . Ho eloquently lauded the
fidelity and industry of the block race
and denied that the negro was shiftless
Mandamus Against Governor.
Lincoln , Fob. 5. The supreme court
accepted the application of C. C.
Wright last evening and Issued an al
tentative writ of mandamus against
Governor Savage , returnable Fob. 18.
Mr. Wright's application asked that
the governor bo required to appoint
four flro and police commissioners for
Aged Man Frozen to Death.
Washington , Ind. , Fob. 5. Old , en
feebled and a victim of somnambulism.
Robert Hayden , aged 80 yoara , arose
from his bed at an early hour this
morning and wandered down a nearby
lane , where he was frozen to death.
Woman Suffragists Adjourn.
Charleston , S. O. , Feb. 5. The na
tional conference of woman suffragists
closed last night Addresses were
made by Mrs. Carrlo Chapman Catt ,
the president , and Mrs. Maria T. Pren-
Usa of Charleston.
Ogden Gas Plant Blows Up.
Ogden , Utah , Feb. B. The Plntacb
gas plant has blown up , Five per-
eons are Injured and Long Rogers , as
sistant chief of the Ogden flro depart
ment , IB fatally Injured.
Senate Passes Bill to Increase
Salaries of Judiciary.
DISCUSS NOYES-M'KENZIC CASE.
North Dakota Members Take Up De
fense Senator-Elect Dryden Sworn
In Debate on Oleomargarine Bill
In the House ,
Washington , Fob. 5. After brief dis
cussion the senate passed the bill pro
viding for a 2G per cent increase In
the salaries of United Status judges.
All amendments were voted down , In
cluding ono to Increase the salaries of
cabinet officers from $8,000 to $12COO
During the remainder of the dny'a
ocQslon the deficiency appropria
tion bill wan under discussion. The
Philippine tariff measure was laid
aside , temporarily.
Hnnsbrough ( N. D. ) made a spirited
defeuso of Judge Arthur II. Noyos of
the district court of Alaska , and Alex
ander McKcnzio , upon whom an attack
was made In the senate Monday. This
precipitated a long discussion of the
Noyos case , legal and technical , rather
than personal. No action was taken
on this subject , but the discussion
will bo continued today under latitude
allowed when appropriation bills are
John F. Dryden was Inducted into
office * the successor of the late Sen
ator Sowoll of Now Jersey.
Debate on Oleomargarine Bill.
Waoblngton , Fob. B. Debate on the
oleomargarine bill continued in tlio
house and the prospects are that a
vote will bo reached tomorrow. The
opponents of the bill are making a
strong flght so far as the presentation
of the argument is concerned. The
speakers yesterday were Tompklns
( N. Y. ) , Robb ( Mo. ) , Knapp ( N. Y. ) ,
JBates ( Pa. ) , Davidson ( WIs. ) , Drlscoll
( N. Y. ) and Hepburn ( la. ) In favor of
and Cowherd ( Mo. ) , Lanham ( Tex. ) ,
Grosvenor ( O. ) and Kloberg ( Tex. )
against the bill.
TAKE UP DENVER CASE.
Traffic Manager of Southern Pacific j
Says Eastbound Rates Are Fair. i
Washington , Feb. B. The Interstate'
commerce commission yesterday be
gan hearing testimony In what is
known as the Denver case , involving
the freight tariff on eastbound traffic
from California to Denver over the
lines running between Missouri points
and the Pacific coast via Denver.
William Spreelo , traffic mnnagor of
the Southern Pacific , was the first wit
ness and ho explained in detail the
relative rates on various items as be
tween the coast and Denver and Mis
souri points. He contended that con
ditions were such that higher tariff
against Denver than against Missouri
river points was fully Justified ; that
the competition was greater on goods
for Missouri points than to Denver.
Knoxvllle Greets Schley.
Knoxvllle , Feb. 5. The trip of Ad
miral and Mrs. Schley through east
Tennessee from Chattanooga to Knox-
vlllo yesterday was ono they can never
forget. At Cleveland , Athens and' '
smaller places along the route the en-1
tire population of the towns turned
out and thb greetings were enthusias
tic. At all points Admiral and Mrs.
Schley were called to the rear plat
form , where the admiral shook hands
with the people , while Mrs. Schloy wab
virtually buried in floral offerings
from school children. Darkness did
not diminish the crowds and immense
bonfires gleamed at many places. Ad
miral Schlcy's entrance into Knox-
vlllo at 6 p. m. was made amid a per
fect din of steam whistles and bells.
Church Conference Opens.
Washington , Feb. 5. About 75 min
isters , representing almcit every re-
Ugioua denomination in the country ,
assembled here today to attend tno
Mcond annual conference of the Na
tional Federation of Churches and
Christian Workers. The Rev. J. O.
Butler of the Lutheran Memorial
church of this city delivered an ad
dress of welcome , the response to
which was made by J. Cleveland Cady
of Now York , the president of the
conference. The latter's remarks were
optimistic in character as to the future
of the churches , ho expressing the
opinion that sin was growing less In
Against Popular VcJe for Senators.
Columbus , O. , Fob. B. In the lower
house of the legislature yesterday a
resolution requesting congress to sub
mit to the various states a constitu
tional amendment providing for the
election of United States senators by
direct vote of the people was defeated
by a vote of 68 to 46. Only eight Re
publican members voted for the resolu
Funston Rests Quietly.
Kansas City , Feb. 5. At the hos
pital , where General Frederick Funs-
ton underwent an operation Monday ,
It was staled that ho bad rested well
last night and had made eatlefactory
progress. The wound baa begun to
aeal and there Is apparently every
prospect of the general's prompt re
Mayor Hugo Again Elected.
Duluth , Minn. , Feb. 5. Mayor T. W.
Hugo waa re-elected over former
Mayor Henry Trewolaen yesterday by
a majority of 21 votes. Five Demo
cratic aldermen were re-elected and
three Republicans. Two years ago
J Hugo was elected mayor over Trowel-
sea by 19 votes.
HUDDARD'S RAILWAY DILL ,
Has Direct Bearing Upon Merger of
DOB MolnoH , Fob. B , Senator Hub-
bard Introduced a bill yontonlny pro
viding that Iowa rnllroadu may trann.
act business , may buy , loatio , own , con *
trol or operate rallroadn and railroad
property outside of the ittato ; and alno
providing that rallroadn organized In
lown , may buy , own and control ntock
In rallroadn and railroad property and
companion outside of Iowa. Thin bill
contemplates legalizing the operation
of Wyoming properties by tlio Burling
ton Railroad of Iowa and han a direct
bearing upon the "merger of the Bur-
HiiKton , Northern Pacific and the
Great Northern companion. "
Senator Hubbard oxpectfl opposition
to the 1)111 on this ground , but bollovon
that It will JJUBB the IcglHlaturo for
the reason that the Iowa law already
gives Iowa roadn authority to own ,
control iind operate railroad proportion
In all ntnton adjacent to Iowa and bin
mcamiro slnply propones the oxtonnlon
of thin right to the operation of roadn
In states not adjacent to Iowa.
To Take Action Against Anarchy.
Cincinnati , Fob. B. The Interna
tional Pollco Journal , the organ of the
National Amioclatton of Chlufu of Po
llco of the United States and Canada ,
will , in its next number , Issue an ofll
clal call for an International conven
tion at LoulBvilllo , May 7 next , lasting
four dayn. The call utaton that over
400 messages have boon forwarded by
the deportment of state for delivery
by United States consuls to the chiefn
of police In the leading cities of the
world , Inviting them to the Loulnvlllo
convention , which will take declp'vo
action against anarchy , and for t'.iln
reason representatives from the police
departments from all partn of the
world are expected to participate.
Dowle Settles With Stevenson.
Chicago , Fob. B. On the announce
ment In court by the counsel In the
Dowlo-Stevonson .suit for receivership
of the Klon lace Industries that an
agreement had been reached by the
parties to the suit out of court , Judge
Tuloy dismissed the suit and an
nounced that Elmer Washburn , whom
ho had named as receiver , would not
bo appointed. Attorneys for both sides
refused to announce the basis of set
tlement , but It Is supposed that tlio
full amount claimed by Samuel Sloven-
son , about $250,000 , IB close to the
amount agreed upon.
Trainmen May Strike.
Cumberland , Mil. . Fob. B. It is relia
bly otated hero that a general Btrlko
of the Brotherhood of llullroad Train
men , railroad conductors , locomotive
engineers and the local firemen on the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad , especially
along the Pittsburg division , Is Immi
nent. It is said that the different
brotherhoods were notified yesterday
morning that President Loreo of the
Baltimore and Ohio had refused to
recognize the brotherhoods , giving
ns his reason that the road was now
under the control of a different com
Knocks Out Suicide Clause.
Columbus , O. , Feb. 5. By n decision
In the supreme court yesterday In the
case of the National Union vs. Dorn
Stoll of Cincinnati , It appears almost
futile for life insurance companies to
put In a clause against suicide In their
policies. Mrs. Stall's husband hold a
policy containing specific stipulation
that the policy should become void In
case ho should commit suicide within
two years. He did commit sulcld ,
but they were required to pay the pol
Topeka Negroes Making Trouble.
Topokai , Kan. , Feb. 5. Some of th
negroes of Uie city are making trou
ble over a rule made by the school
board that colored children shall at-i
tend a school for those of their own
color. Trouble between the two races
has resulted in burning the building
twice and now that separate school !
have been provided the negroea de
mand that they bo given admittance to
the white schools. The matter will
probably be settled In the courts.
Funeral of Major Peorce.
St. Louis , Feb. 5. The funeral of
Major Charles E. Pearce , who repre
sented the Twelfth Missouri district
in the 55th and BGth congresses , was
held yesterday afternoon In St. Pe
ter's Episcopal church. Interment
was In Bellefontalno cemetery. A
large number of prominent men attended -
tended the services.
Adjourns the Patrick Trial.
New York , Feb. 5. The trial of Al
bert T. Patrick , accused of the murder
of William Marsh Rico , was not con
tinued owing to the absence of J. D.
Campbell , a juror , who is 111.
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
Dr. H. W. Foster , mayor of Bozeman -
man , Mon. , died at St Mary's hospital ,
Minneapolis , of heart trouble.
Indian territory is Buffering the
worst grass famine in years and in
many parts cattle in poor flesh are dy
ing by hundreds.
W. J. Taylor , a traveling representa
tive of the Cudahy Packing company ,
was run over and killed by a train at
Palm Beach , Flo.
Six boys coasting down the Hamil
ton boulevard hill at Poorla Tuesday
crashed Into a street car and four of
them are now in hospitals. Richard
Day and Wallace Markloy are probably
George M. Rommel , e-port In animal
industry In the agricultural depart
ment , addressing the annual mooting
of the Central Shorthorn association
at Kansas City , made the statement
that Amorlcans are now eating more
beef comparatively than over before
aad loss pork and mutton.
British Will Only Negotiate
With Boers in Field.
LORD LAN8DOWNE MAKES HEPLY
Bays Netherlands Government Did
Not Claim Boer Delegates Were
Prepared to Act Either Officially
London , Feb. 5. The Drltluh govern
ment replied to Dr. Kuypur , the Dutch
premier , Unit If the Doom In the Hold
douirod to negotiate for pauco , IIOKO-
tlutlonu can lie entered Into , but only
in South Africa. The Brltluh govern
ment adhoruii to Itn Intention not to
accept the Intervention of any for
Lord Luumlnwno'u reply , after pointIng -
Ing out that the Netherlands did not
claim the Boer dolcgntuu were prepared -
pared to act either olllclully or pri
vately , concludes an follows. "In thcno
circumstances , bin majeaty'a govern
ment him divided that if the Boer lend-
, cro should desire to enter negotiations
for the purpose of bringing the war to
an end , UIOHO negotiation ! ) intuit take
place , not In Europe , but In South Af
rica. It nhould , moreover , be borne In
mind that If the Boer leaders are to
occupy tlmo In vlnltlng South Africa
In consulting with Boer leaders In the
field and returning to Europe for the
purpose of making known the results
of their work , a period of at least
three inontliii would olapno , during
which hostilities would bo prolonged
and much human suffering , pcrhapn
needlessly , occasioned , "
The morning papers tire unanlmoun
In applauding Lord Lansdowno'n dig
nified and courteous rejection of what
IB regarded aa a rather Ingenious at
tempt on the part of the Dutch gov
ernment to draw Great Britain into
making peace overtures to the Boom.
The editorials are politely satirical
that Dr. Kuypor nhould expect any re-
null from such a proposal , which the
Dally Madl declares would have placed
Great Britain In the position of n nup-
pliant to the- Boer delegates In Europe.
The Standard says that Ixml Twins-
downo's words are unmistakably din-
tlnct and will he understood In other
capitals besides The Hague.
Must Admit the Frenchman.
Wlllcmstad , Fob. B. Advices re
ceived hero from Caracas stuto that
the French government has notified
the government , of Venezuela that
Franco will not sign thb protocol pre
sented by Venezuela for a renewal of
diplomatic relations between the two
countries unless M. Socrestat , Jr. , Is
Immediately iiuthorl/.oil to hind at La
Guiiyru and protect , the Interests of
his father , who leased the estate of
General M. Mates , the revolutionary
leader , whoso property was subse
quently seized by tlio Venezuelan gov
Libcrtador Sent to Bottom.
Colon , Colombia , Fob. 5. It IB re
ported hero that the revolutionary
steamer Llhertudor has been sunk by
a Venezuelan gunboat whllo under re
pairs at Porto Colomba. It IB said that
the steamer had been lying up at
Porto Colomba for the past few weeks
in need of repairs. Tlio fact that the
British warship Psyche left hero yes
terday for Porto Colomba Is looked
upon hero as giving the Colon rumor
Liverpool , Feb. 5 , The agreement
arrived at by the loading British ,
American and continental steamship
lines concerning both passenger and
freight rates and which raises saloon
rates to a minimum , will como into
operation in at few days. This agree
ment will moan an extension of the
summer season of transatlantic travel.
The new rates will be considerably
higher than those In force In recent
British Steamer Ashore.
Liverpool , Fob B. Advices received
hero say that the British Bloomer
Knight Companion is ashore at Inu-
bole-Said Japan , and will probably be
come a total IOBS. The Knight Com
panion is one of the regular line of
steamers which ply between Portland
and the Orient In connection with the
Oregon Railway and Navigation com
Escaped With Ransom Money.
London , Feb. B. The Sofia corre
spondent of the Times reports that
during the negotiations for the release -
lease of Miss Stone , between the dele
gation and the brigands , the house In
which the party was lodged burned
down , but that the inmates escaped
with the money to be paid as ransom.
Natives Elected as Governors.
Manila , Fob. B. Tbo returns so far
received indicate the election , in most
cases , of natives as governors of prov
inces. Captain 'Harry Bandholz of the
second Infantry defeated Major Cor
nelius Gardener of the Thirteenth In
fantry , the present governor of Tay-
Death of President Yancey.
Mexico , Mo. , Feb. 6. A. K , Yancey ,
president of the Missouri military
academy , died yesterday of diabetes.
Ho was president of Hard In college in
this city 12 years and bad also been
president of the Liberty ( Mo. ) female
college. President Yancey was born
More Bodies Taken Out.
Eagle Pass , Tex. , Feb. B. Thirty
llvo men and 85 bodies have been re
covered from the Hondo mine. Of the
80 few will recover , aa all are badly
Every woman loves to think of the
tlmo wlian a soil little body , all her
own , will nestle In her bosom , fully
satisfying the yearnlnp which lies In
the heart of every good woman. But
yet there la a black cloud hovernr |
about the pretty picture In her mind
which fills her with terror. The
dread of childbirth takes away much
o ( the Joy of motherhood. And yet It
need not be so. For sometime there
has been upon the market , well-known
and recommended by physicians , a
which makes childbirth as simple and
easy aa nature Intended It. It Is a
stroncthenlnj , ' , penetrating liniment ,
which the skin readily absorbs. It
Klves the rnuscleselasticlty nnd vigor ,
prevents sore breanls , morning sick
ness nnd the loss of the girlish figure.
An liitotllKont mother In lltitlur , Pn. ,
linym " Were I to need Motlirr'n I'rloml
iiKiitn , I would nhtnlri 0 lidttlca it I Imtl
to piiy $5 per bottle fur It. "
Oot Motlter'g I'rlend lit tlio druc
tore. $1 per bottle.
HIE BHAOIIILO REGULATOR CO. ,
Atlanta , Go.
Write for our frmllliiitrntril book , " Ifefora
JUIiy I ] llotu. "
Pain Pills *
Al all drug itorri. 3S DOK
' Should Calamity
lamity Be Full of f
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 successful - 2
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 trnmpet tongned
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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