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FEARFUL WRECK OF
NDEN'S SPECIAL TRAIN
-ontinued From Page Third.
-nut -receipts. This will, of course,
han- to be investigated.
The Coroner's Verdict.
coioner's jury rendered a ver
.dict -that* the four men came to their
deak by a collision on the Southern
: RaAway near Greenville.
Uief Rowley. of the fire depart
-e., worked hard all day and he re
- tovered all of the bodies from the
The Ogden Tour Abandoned.
The shock of the accident, the loss
of baggage and the general .feeling
.i all made Mr. Ogden decide that it
-woud be best to abandon the trip and
e ade arrangements to have the
-soe.al, with all of his guests. go di
-rectly back to New York. During
the morning he sent telegrams to all
-noints where it was intended to stop.
er0,ming the ommittees of his re
,get at the change of programme.
About nightfall the Ogden special
startd for home.
Dr. and Mrs. Farnam remained here
a.nd their friends, Mr. and Mrs. V. E.
Macy, returned here to takc such care
,f them as they could. To-night the
-re,o:t from the infirmary is that they
.are doing well and there is no reason
it there had been more early risers
:and more passengers at breakfast on
he train there would have been a
-series of funerals in all probability.
t si hlappened there were only six
-at 1>reakfast in the St. James and
thre in the rear car and those who
were killed were in the kitchen of the
-St. James. My friend, William Banks,
if the State, and I had adjoining
berths in the observation car. He had
.gotten up early and wanted to go to
'breakfast. but was requested to wait.
't was wvhile in the dressing room that
-i crash came, and realizing that
-sormething serious had happened from
the series of jolts, while still undress
'ed ' made for the front cr the train.
No one in any of the s'eeping cars
-was in any way hurt. and we all es
,zaDed with an awful wreck pictured
.n -e menory.
Mr. Ogden's Telegram.
s as soon as Mr. Robert C. Og
'den~ could get to a telegraph office he
'senit the following telegram to Gov
-ernor Heyward, as he did not know
w,o else to address:
-"Would respectfully suggest ex
-treme use of executive power as may
edst by coroner's jury or railroad
.commission, for investigation of crim
:'nai -negligence, local sand manage
-m~ent, that caused wreck oi my train.
'Four hands killed aend others injured.
'Also Prof and Mrs. Farnam. My im
u>ression is that the case is bad and
reeds drastic treatment.
Rokbert C. Ogden'
'Gvernor Heyward's Answer.
G.overnor Heyward sent this reply.
which was received after Mr. Ogden
had left Greenville:
"I have referred your :elegram to
the railroad commission, who wvill im
-mediately investigate wreck. Coro
mners mnquest will be held by cnunty
Commissioner Earle has been work
~ng on the case all day. an~d Comrmis
-snoner Caughnman will be here in the
mToring. He received advices of the
-wrec'k too late to get here today t
ei. made an effort to do so.
. MILLIONS FOR PROFESSORS.
airnegie Provide' Annuities For
Those Not Able To Continue in
A girt of Sto.ooo.ooo by Andrewv
\arn~egie to provide for college pro
~e.,ors whc are not able to continue
~n active service was announced by
Fra:nk A. VTanderlip. vice president of
th N.vional City bank of New York.
YMothssors in the United States. Can
ada and Newfoundland will share in
rhe distribution of the income of the
United States Steel corporation s
-cer ceni. first mortgage bonds for
Sx0.o00.o00 have been transferred to
a board of trustees and steps will be
taken at once to organize a corpora
-tion to receive the donation. Dr.
'?ritchett, president of the Massachu-.
;etts Institute of Technology, and Mr.
'Vanderlip have been selected by Mr.
Carnegie to obtain data on the sub-'
ing of the board of trustees, whic
will take place on Nov. 15. Th
bonds have a par value of $ii.ooo.oc
and will produce an annual incomc
S'oo.ooo. The corporation w'hich
being formed will be styled the Car
Mr. Vanderlip today sent a lette
to the press giving the foregoing in
formation and inclosing a letter fror
Mr. Carnegie dated April 18, whic
says in part:
"I have reached the conclusion tha
the least rewarded of all the profes
sions is that of the teacher in ou
higher educational institutions. Nei
York city generously, and very wisel3
provides retiring pensions for teach
ers in her public schools and als
for her policemen. Very few indee
of our colleges are able to do so. Th
consequences are greivous. Abl
men hesitate to adopt teaching as
career and many old professors whos
places should be occupied by younge
men canno: be retired."
Mr. Carnegie says that the fun
will apply to universities, college!
and technical schools "without rc
gard to race. sex, creed or color.
but not to ins-titutions supported b
Sta:e or colonial governments. Ar
other class excluded is sectarian ir
stitutions. "Only such as are unde
control of a sect or require trustee:
or a majority thereof , or officer:
faculty or students. to belong to an
specified sect. or which impose an
the:logical test. are to be excluded.
Mr. Carnegie specifies the duties c
the trustees and concludes with th
hope that "this fund may do muc
for the cause of higher education an
to remove a source of deep and cor
s:.ant anxiety to the poorest paid an
yet one of the highest of all profe
Among those named as trustees are
President Edwin B. Craighead c
Tulane and George H. Denny c
Washington and Lee.
When Senator Knox was attorne
general a vacancy occurred in a jt
dicial position in the far west and
famous Pennsylvania congressma
hastened to submit the claims of
"I'll be glad to help you if yo
have the right kind of a man," sai
Knox. "What we want is a man wh
has no fear and will do this duty. H
must have nerve enough to defen
himself, for he may be shot at eve
while he's on the bench, and he mus
hold the respect of his community b
h.is ability to detend himself."
"He's just that sort-just that kin
of a man,' broke in the congressma
eagerly. 'He will fight the whole ba
if need be."
"And besides," continued Kno:
"he must be able to stand daily temy
ations. Somebody's apt to offer hii
ioooo as he steps off the car an
$oooo before he has dinner. That
the kind of atmosphere he will live ii
ad that's the sort of men he wi
meet: will your man fill the bill?
"Now I think of i:," said the car
gressman. rising abruptly "he won
fi:l the bill-he-hec's got a wart (a
hK trigger finger. unles.; I'm mistal
The less a man says the more h
No. Cordelia. all baseball player
Never before have
ons ir headwear. W4
ay some beautiful r
number of imported
ready trimmed and ti
right now. Don't wait
sold. Come tomorrov
b are not base men.
e !t's a poor stock raiser who doesn't
o ' a hydraulic ram from a Texas
Before taking cooking lessons 's
up to a woman :o get !her husband's
r A mother seldom attempts to jolly
her son by telling him he is the very
a image of his father.
b It sometimes comes to pass that a
newly married man is almost as fond
t of his wife as of himself.
j Torpid Livers
e RESPONSIBLE FOR NINETY-FIVE
a PER GENT. OF ALL DISEASES
"Seven Barks Cures or No Pa)
The cause of nearly every disease car
be directly traced to clogged and inac
tive stomachs, livers or intestines. Bil
iousr:ess, Indigestion, Gout, Rheuma
tism, Headaches, Insomnia, Kidney and
Bladder troubles, and all Liver Com
plaints, emanate from one of the diges
tive or drainage organs. These organ
must be kept constantly in action to in
sure uninterrupted good health, anc
there is no remedy or corrective, s(
harmless and. so certain as "Sevei
e There is no ailment originating fron
any of the organs of the digestive and
dI drainage system, but what will readil3
succumb to the use of "Seven Barks"-.
d a purely vegetable preparation, put ul
on a noted German physician's origina
formula. It is not a patent medicine.
If any one with stomach, liver or kid
ney troubles will call at our store and
get a bottle of "Seven Barks," take a,
directed-and if all the benefit on(
should expect is not derived, no charg
will be made. We are not takinj
chances in making this offer, for w4
y know the character -nf the remedy ani
we are satisfied it will do all that ii
a claimed for It.
a MAYES' DRUG STORE.
eDON'T FORGET THE
.IF YOU ARE
IN NEED OF A;GOOD
5 OF RIGH CL.ASS
Ne owned a more COrn
f the world's best fash
a have just received to
tew style sailors. also a
Batavia Hats that are
le very thing you need
until the best H ats are
rwisting, Muscle Binding, Nerve
It Is Prevented and Cured by
as,thereutof tisuechangesandameet diet.
thspoison from the sytmas rapidly as
e h e w ened or diseased there is an
ood. In coursing through the body the uric
ir-joint-rheumatism; it attacks the lower
ifects the delicate membrane covering the
are all rher-atism. Uric acid is the father
r by what i.s it may be called.
bany, H. Y., writes:-- "About six years ago
natory rheumatism in my feet and hip joints.
eks at a time. I tried prescrint= the
be sure cures from different fi2ends. &O.
:used me to visit an old friend of mine who
me what Warner's Safe Cure had done for
and I took it home and becan to take it as
a little relief. I got a botte and continued
bottles. wassoencouraged that I kept on
entirely cured and have had absolutely no
a the house and recommend it to all I hear
,etable and contains no harmful drugs. It is
is prescribed and used by doctors themselves
ure for all forms of disease of the kidneys,
At any drug store, two sizes, 50 cents and
o., Rochester, N. Y., for free medical book.
tly and aid a speedy cure.
ys, at the
verything right. down
r 15 days. Now is your
thing in the Furniture
i gtoo late. Come to
. worth $1.25.
r $.,9 worth $2.50.
%ost for 15 days.
tts & Co.,
t, Newberry, S. C.
eei of wearing your
h3n you can get a bot
d Reusedy will give immediate re
u.:nza1. Bronchitis and Diseasses of
~izete _ All Dru~ ad Tobacco
te of Soua.th Caro!lna.
s and the Remedy
home own:rs is in underestimating
equipment for the kitchen.
s considered good form to encase
eling the trap, making it inac
the collection of filth and vermin.
household, examine into it and
Do not lose sight
of the fact that your I
food is prepared in
Sthe kitchen and the
utensils in which it
- 7 1is prepared depend
Ion the sanitary ar-.
I contamination of
either food or
The most certain
install a snowy white, spotdessly
Enameled Kitchen Sink. You will
The Real Cause of This Joint
Inflaming Disease and How
Uric Acid is anatural product of our bodi
Like the sewage of cities it is contamina
It is the work of the kidneys to eliminato
formed. When however, the kidneys hav
accumulation ol uric acid that poisons the bl
acid settles in the joints and causes articull
part of the back and produces lumbago it j
sciatic nerve and the result is scitirA-ily
of all rheumatism no matter wheri located C
JOHN S. WILSON, 43 Schuyler St., All
I was amartyr to frequent attacks of infa8n
Often had to give up work for five or six we
dozen, one after another and some would
seemedto do meanyga Atlastfortunei
Ihknew at one time suffered as I did. He told
him. He had about half a bottle left over
directed. By thetime I had finished I found
taking the remedy until I had used upthree
taking it for two months after, when I was
rheumatism since. I always keep a bottle i
ANES SAFE CURE is purely vel
free from sediment and pleasant to take. It
in the leading hospitals as the only absolute
bladder and blood.
Warner's Safe Cure is what you need.
$LOO a bottle. Write Warner's Safe Cure (
Warner's Safe Pills move the bowels gen
For 15 Da
Ve are going to sell
at aclto l '-ctory cost fc
chance if you need any
ine. Don't wait until it
day and get your choic
A $2.00 Rocker for $
A $10.00 Bureau for
An $8 00 Bedstead f
Centre Tab'es f.r 69
FUlding BedSpring f<
In fact everything at (
Upper Main Stree
There is no r
Lungs out, w
L, cf Murra'
Af .. ; f this Hlousehio
T .m A n:;-Spa.u1:'odic in
THE MURR AY DRi
colu * 5 . olnb ia S
An error commonly made by
the necessity of proper sanitary
only a few years ago it wa
the sink in wood thereby conc
cessible and offering a place for
If this condition exists in yo~ur
learn the true state of affairs.
way to do this is to :-mploy us t4
clean, *anded" Porcelain
find it a remedy for kitchen troubi
C. C. DA V sq