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ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE
MEN BEYOND HOPE OF
30 TO 40 ARE DEAD
Twenty-Eight Bodies Recovered.
Deadly Fumes Prevent. Res
cue of Mon.
(By Associated Press.)
ROI/ALTON, 111;, Oct. 27.-One hun
dred end live men, trapped on, the
low/r level ot a burning mine near
hera today,' aro believed to be beyond
hopo of rescue. Thirty to forty oth
ers ot the 308 who entered the minc
thia momlns were known to bo dead.
Twenty-eight/ bodies have been recov
' The mine belongs to tho Franklin
Coal, and Coke company. Tho' fire
followed a gas explosion. Deadly
fumes prevented, rescurers from
roaching tho men on the lower level.
X Of, Um hundred and, 'fifty token
from tho mino, more t hun 80 had h con
Overcome by? tho gas. .. Two died later.
S A mine r?sous car from Henton,
ill., arrived nearly four hours after
tho explosion with a supply of oxygen
helmets. Tho work of rescue thert
was pushed with vigor, but only dead
bodies wore found.
V Experts said tonight it would bd
impossible to subdue tho Aro in the
lower level until the burning sec
tions wore sealed.
ROYAIT?N, Ill.v Oct. 27.-A total
bf 01 dead lo ohowb on the casualty
Hst Issued late tonight by officials of
tho Franklin Coal'Company at whose
mide -near horo three hundred meu
were entombed at the going to work
hour thia morning.
Rescuers late, today found fifteen,
dazed and Injured minors in a pocket
bi tho burning shaft and lcd them to
.Afety.. ? i
g The decrease In the number of.
dead^frem earlier/estimates was ac-'
counted for by tho registration tonight'
a? store's of miners who escaped dur
ing tho day hilt who were ,to busy
assisting,. In rescue work to answer1
tb the roll call of rescued.
?! Twenty minuta? hefore tho cxploa
flm&??im'#]?nt^ into the mine, o?lyi
tho last cage tull of the,day for co re- ,
rop|n)ug ,OB tho nurface. ; Tonight, 24
bodies had."beenRecovered, abd . 37
?e?j,were missing. Mine ofnciai3 con
ceded that tho. 37 still; woro entombed
and.never would bo brought out olive.
J.Resouo trains from . Benton, and
Springfield, ip., nud from Evansville.
Ipd.^-wero rushed ,to the ? scene and
.*^k?^i-^^.6? Sm :(t?jwj&*V.
??bn bf faptof? (aljout l,O?0>:.siwnt
fta?day and the gre?ter part pf , ?> s
bight rescuing the. living, attempting i
tb exUngui?h tho fire that followed the
explosion und caring for tha.Injured
??Wlp^ relatives "of
tpe :dead abd entombed,,
.icmCAQO. OoL \27?-^Maby .miners
tpfcdb unconBclouB by th? explosion In
the Franklin mine .'near. >Royalton
i?w^1ft?sebed by Charles A. Sine,
'?pWintendent pf safety, according
'^W^- ^-iWt?niii president of y the
imtlhC organisiaaob. bore bo-,
. lidfcht^ Rickett said Sino carried min?
:'&p$fa$bie:.shaft:until, ho wbsraa-e"
uncopscions by the .fames and in ' turn
*?\ ;^ver^|^:was ,eald.' -v. . ..
t?and Ji^R-fsseoUo Indict Ker
? |^;^^: ??r Pok^uing k'
^jpri.Cm^^ ^ts now free or the
<*niy. nv few Weeoks when ho died. HI*
he!t;a later caused the warrant to ba
.H4>?I0<?1 ?i ?BO*?, *BIti w?..b?.
^?.d W^M?. Crawfonl. Thia rait
BW?ik\U^ in ;SP*.oisl;iM9ilon. bare.
TIM piadg^ will moan th J ramp* uf
Little. Girl Lott Her Life When
She Fell Into the Fir? and
While the children ot Mr. and Mrs.:
J. M. Richey were playing.around the
room yesterday afternoon, shortly af
ter two o'clock, little Selma Estelle,;
fell Into the open fire place and was
terribly burned before her horror
stricken parents could snatch the lit
tle body from the flames. The little
Kiri had managed to swallow some of
the Are, which burned her internally
ond in addition to this she was burned
from head to foot. Medical assistance
was promptly summoned and the at
tending physicians did everything
they could to eave the little girl but
the end came at 5:30 o'clock last
Tho family livo about 21-2 miles
cast of Anderson and the entiro com
munity feels doeply for them In their
great loas. .
Tho funeral servicos are to take
place today at 3 o'clock at tho Eureka
..; , <' . t \ : A - ;
T. Frank Watkins Has Gone to j
Columbia to Attend Important
Meeting of Democrats.
T. Frank Watkins; a member pf the j
Anderson har and a member of-a sub
committee of tho State; Democratic
oxocutivo committee, left last night;
for Columbia whore ho will today at
tend a meeting of tho sub-committee.
This committee bas in hand the work
of. going over and revising the rules
of< the Democratic 'party, governing
elections in this State.
When Be?n last night Mr. Watkins
told a reporter, for The Intelligencer
that ho had nothing defin? to in mind
to suggest himself, In regard te'
chantres, hut that certain members
of tho commltteo. have on foot, a moya
to ell ainate from tho rules a clause
which says that it. a candidate for
any state or National office withdraws
from tho race in. less than 20 days
beforo thc cloction, there shall bo no
election. Ho says that cv pumber of
tho committeemen neem to favor the
elimination of this' cl au oe and that
popplo oil over tba State scorn to be
In favor bf tho change.
Robbery al.p6^|?>,ff>^ed M
Admisi?n of Negro That Ho
Wai' Solely Responsible.
Information reached-;Anderson yes
terday from Donalds to tho effect that
a very daring robbery took. place
there. Sunday morning about T o'clock.
.About 7 o'clock Sunday morning L.
J. Davis, a> merchant ot Donalds. v<he
lives over his ?tore heard . a noise, at
the back dcor and going to a window
s&w a man who WOB fastened in the
transom over tho door. About this
time tho man extricated himself, but
Davlg- had him covered . with tt gun.
, Ho gave hts name aa Charge Smith,
?aid ho was 18 year? old and nu'home
waa New York. 1 He. said he. was a
machinist and had' hoboed . to Ander
son.' He. was locked th tue town Jail
and during the ! day broke one lock
but another i kept, him In, He ? was
tried bOfore Magistrate Martinyes
terday, morning and given 40> days oh
tho ch ain gan g.
On "hld way to the gang w?'OfllV
carr. Dodson he .cobt?ssed: to .having
broken' into Crawford's drug atoro
tbbrb and told the. officer where tho
loot could bo found, together With, an
overcoat several altos too large for
him. i The : coat was evidently? stolen.
Tunnel Piei-ced After
? VBy Associated -Presa.)' ' I i
; BERNE. Switzerland, Oct 27.-^ (Via;
Paris, ititi p.vm.)-^A five mlle tun
nel, threugh: th? Jura mount ai a a from1
K&ttaira', France, to t?r?nchen. SwH*.?
orland, was pierced today after thred
yedra at ur interrupted work The tun
nel, will ?h?rten railway' communica
tion v between Pari? ;?n<f Berne and
Parla'and Milan.? tjost fS.Ouq.OO.o., j
: Meilea]* Vim Cr?tid?eli;?;;
WORCESTER, Mais., Oct. 27.- I
administration's Mexican policy v
Bharply crjtlclxed by IJnlt?J Sta
Senator Lodge In a speech nt a recep-1
??.vvG.wvy o? ,nho 53,000,000 fuh-l , Ct-'
p^e^o/^0;jBU\ts -tog the $i:>|^
uo?a pledged by.jobbers, and- who:c
^^^mped Roo?o? tn fl, 7, S and J
?j+iijvimfmmm?^i n , III . iMljfjplyP
o Letter From the People. c
Taking Police to Task.
To th? Editor of the Dally Intel
I don't desire to be a grouch,
for of all the most contemptible
people in this wide world, 1 thinl
a real grouch is the objectionable
Nor do I wish to become a chronic
fault finder, because all thinking
men are aware that Shakespeare'!
wwds were true when he said,
"It is easy fault finding." lt re
quires no brain, no talent, nor sell
denial to set up in the grumbling
business, but it seems to me tha<
1 have run acrvss a problem thal
is unexplainable unless some ol
our wise city fathers come to the
rescue. I was always taught that
what ever was sauce for the gan
der was sauce for the goose. Il
seems as if it is different in oui
fair city. Our wise police de
partment is so good as to furnish
a patrolman for all busy points on
our streets, to see that people ob
serve the "Drive to the right" or
dinance. ; This is a wise precau
tion perhaps, but it does look odd
to see two well groomed men
standing out in the street all day
long just for the purpose of tell
ing the few stragglers that failed
to know that such an ordinance is
on the book.
I thought they had the inter
est of the city at heart, to say
the least of it, even when they
called on a man about my size
>and personal appearance, to ex
Slain why he had neglected to
lock or hitch the horse that
?pulled the express wagon, while
he'went Into a store to deliver a
?package. Even when the record
er called on him to pay into the
:city treasury five hard earned dol
lars', I only thought that the of
ificrs had. been dreaming of the
;awful wrecks that could so easily
pe caused by the staid5 old horse
ifunning away with that heavy
yagon down Main street.
[ I know th?t such- carelessness
?lias really been the cause of the*
death or serious injury of help-:
less'women or poor innocent lit-i
ftle children, for this reason 1 made;
really! no kick about the fine, jj
lust proceeded to learn how to
?block a horse. J. think ? ..by.. this
time 1 am ?dept ?t this art if nbth~
ing oise. ? do- know how io fas
ten my hots? every time before I
leave Him, even for one single
; As. a boy 1 never objected to
"seeing the bottle dance" or join
ing th?: se venal secret societies
for which fun. loving young folks
<are noted; because. 1 was always
thinking of the fun soon to coma
So me out bf sting the other fe!-:
lbw cbrhe through. That is the way
1 feit when that hard earned;
(''fiver" slipped from my fingers. 1:
said deep down in my heart then,
S would not be the : only "goat"
?hd really got a little pleasure otlt
bf anticipating j seeing the othe?
fellow frown when he, too, had to
Hake double apse of "recorder:
;, Ever since that memorable day,
j have watched to see the frown;
settle on^the other fellow's face. I'
did not do this because 1 was an-,
xlbus to: see any one get tn trou-i
ble, but in so much as- it was to '
happen 1 thought it no harm to.
SSgfc ?he spectacle.7 Not ? ? ?ft single1
idiy thas ;pas*ed but 'what several
unsuspecting' driver went in and
left rtheif horses absolutely- foot,
loose on 'the squ?^ r tried to
make ^yklt th)ttK 1h?t the traffic
poIic?m?niiRSvwV^l -*s? the others
who were gassing ?bout were sb
very busy looking foi" some on:1 lb
direct .io drive, to the ''tight anil
real close to the curbing loo,V
that they failed to see the xian*
geroiis charges ; that was so, lrabl?
tc? spread terror" and devastation.
In a mad. race down th? crowded
?n Monday the 19th, a friend,
.te-m^lfcwetit 'down* to maker
sure that horses ?tere really left
standing without blqdc. br oth?r
system of hitching; We saw ieams
on-uic sq?$rciii ibis c?ndi?ion. I
sra* stlfl Itt hb?d the city governV
itiertt were ^^i^M^m^i^
out bf. m-mSi spoon M the*
h?xt day which was list Tuesday,
?when t flttual?y saw the chief and
honora ?Me -recorder tum off thtfr
; course for jdhp that wds not -Sap
Tied with, standing l?bs? bri: the"
street proper/ ^
feet upon the ?ldc; walk and was
actually; pbkWjr Ms head into the
faces of the crowd as they.seried
wm. > .. . ...
Then Is when I began to wot*
der. 1 asked myself the question;
if 1 had done anything that would!
put me Mn bad" with these oft!-"
cers. If such has been the case it |
has slipped my recollection. il
have tried to be a good law-abid
ing citizen of your city, 1 am a
sober andilard working boy who
is trying to make good in the cold
hard world. If they "had it in"
for the express company, for any
reason it was no fault of mine. 1
don't shape the policy of that cor
poration. They don't often ask j
the delivery boy any advice be
fore taking any special move. So
if it was a thrust at them the blow
was misdirected. U hit nobody
but me. l.'was the man who had
to pay the Tine out of forty dol
lars per month, lt did go hard.
Now I don't desire the officers to
fine others, but 1 do ask them to
explain through the columns of
this paper why all horses do not
look alike to them. I don't think
there is a- single man in the city
of Anderson who ever saw a horse
of the breed that my horse is ever
fun away,at all. They just don't
do that kind of stunts. Now 1 feel
that this was an outrage, because
1 have to stop and go into the
stores hundreds of times where
others are. called to leave their
horses once and a while. There
is but little involved in blocking a
horse wheri you leave him, but my
five dollars was dear to me, and I
can't see why it is worth a fine
of such magnitude, for me to do a
thing that other people are doing
every day-right under the very
eyes of the ?'?ry officers, and they
failed to get even a reprimand. I
am in favor of this law. 1 wish
to see it enforced, but I do think
they ought to stop horses from be-:
ing left ld?se On the square, r
else give toe my five bucks-back
and apologize for the -?grief and
worry they .have caused me.
T. H. BELVIN.
I? on Di
Commerce mu? I? Exciting
. - One of the most interesting map?
fever-' ?^pJay^lh.;'??'?drsop"'wis'' beV
lng shown at'tue' rooms tho cham
ber of commerce yesterday. 7'fha map
is called the" War. Map for American
Trade Opporta?Uie? and ls Issued by
the Alexander: hamilton institute? Re-:
Search department, i}iew York .city.!
Tho map covers tho entire world and
Shows the dkact hueineKa conditions
ta each* cbun^.'.oit ^hc world as re
flected In present American business,
and opportunities for. American busi
ness, exp?psfpn",-; , it shows where
trade has beep reduced, expanded, de-:
s t r oy cd. trade rou tes, volume, of ex
ports and imports and balances of
trade between.tho United States and
other countriBR; classes .of goods thatj
American can best expect to sell,'
classes of trade lost by Germany and
Austria, eic, ?Jt-is splendidly gotten
together and ia. a tonic for good tim CB.
It willremain for Inspection 'at the
quarters ojt tho chamber of Commerce
Developments ?n Natura", Course
of Trado l>o&- ?vich to Silve
1 .;>.- , '^ i ? .
(By Assbctated Press.)
WASHINGTON. Oct 27,-?DOvoIop
mente % the. njrtorw .course : bf trade
ord doing mu?urirf' the opinion . of
treasury ofhclals, .to . solve, tbd intri
chdnge. ;'f^fe^?fe? iWthi?lr George
P?ish and^Ameilcap bankers will pe
?ro^umed: iJYip ?|fr ^e..^e|eMl' re-.
?orv* board -hot w^iWPnrani
In .anett} :Ai|^^Mli?f ?ot
^um^mmmM. 4^, most
vexing, features Of tho situation soon
would oltmlnate thems?lYCs.
The .: fact that yum rate tor foreign
Ox?bi^gO': m>?S!??Tork : had dropped
to within a tow, ceuts of normal,- and
the Inclination sbf individual debtore
in^lsucoubtry:^ Uko ttaf? ot Ren
own obligations in. tho usu^^
M* McAd^** '^^^^^^f^^t^^^a^^'
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
Notlco ls hereby given that the
General Election for- United States
Senator and Representatives in- Con
gress will be held at the voting pre
cincts fixed by law is the County of
Anderson on Tuesday, November 8,
1814, said day being Tuesday follow
ing the first Monday, as prescribed
by the State Constitution.
The qualifications'for suffrage aro
Residence in State for two years,
in thc county one year, in the poll
ing precinct in which the olector of
fers to vote, .four- mouthe, and the
payment six months before any elec
tion . of any poll tax then due and
payable; Provided, That ministers
in charge of an organised church and
teachers ot public schools shall be
entitled tc vote after six months, resi
dence in the State, otherwise quali
Registration-Payment ot all taxes,
including poll tax, assessed and col
lectable during the previous year. Tho
.production ot a certificate or the
receipt of the officer authorized to
collect such taxes shall be conclusive
proof of the payment thereof. .
Before tho hour fixed for. opening
the polls Managers and Clerics munt
take and'subscribe to tho Constitu
tional oath. Tho Chairman of the
Board of Managers can administer
the oath to the other Managers and'
to the Clerk; a Notary Public muJbt
administer the oath to Chairman.
The .Managers elect their Chairman
Poils at each voting place must he
open*,; .at 7 o'clock a. m., and close
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in. the city,
of Charleston, where they shall, be;
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 6 p. m.
Tho Managers have the . power to
fill a vacancy; and if-none of tho
Managers attend, the citizens can ap
point, from among the qualified vot
ier?, the Managerp, .who, after j being
Bvorn, can conduct tho election. . .
At the doso of the election,- tba;
Managers and Clerk must proceed to
open the ballot boxes and count tho
ballots therein, and. continue without
adjournment until the same la com
pleted, and make a statement of the
result for each office, and; sign the
?ame. Within three days thereafter,
the Chairman ot the Board, or. some
?ne designated by the Board, must
deliver . to thev Cktamlssfemer* . .of;
?Electton the poll Hst,, th? 't^x?? cpb
Wiuiiig in? im??? and W????*? si&fcs-,
Tarnt of the result of the election : - ?
: Anderson Court : House-Andrew]
Todd, William McClelland, Dave bran- .;
nan. .-. . . ,.
. Anderson Cotton Mill-H. H. Broad
wettr.R. D, Buttels Frank Wbito.
I Belton-r-John Harris, Press 8hlrl0yvj
> Belton Mills-Charlie Cromer, A.]
P. Warnock,-Kerk 'Darby. : ? i
j Bethany-J. N. Evatt, S. J. New-1
jon, N. & Reeves.
\. Bregon MiiiB-r-Frank Kellum, Beaty j
0 ossett, Charles White. ... :
\ CraytOttville-r-D. C. Blackwell, T/|
'C.'; Banhtter, j. 0. : E. Ash 1 ey. ?
; Csdiir jOr^err-Tnomas Gregory,
R. Johnson, T. Bi Cox.-. V .
\. Cedar Wreath-C. C. Foster, W.
Matrldln. J. ?. Lobg. i
ir. ??ntorvill?^-Alvin Eakew, L. E.]
Abercrombie;, L. A. Olean.
: Concrete-^Newton-. Oats, Frank BK
?rod; john1 Bolton .O'Nea!. 'W
1 :Cato?beU'/? Store-W. O. Kay, T. J.';
^riffm, W. .Li Anderson.. .
1 Tfljy* .Fbrks-~.Win. Dalrymple, Ttiny
EWotP. L. Slaisr.' ri -
j Plat ?S??^-4$?n?^ El
r?d; P.T.^?aynle, : &<.-' -; .?' -.j
\ Pluck Mlfls*rrJ- ;E. Thompson, Cliff;
Johnson, J.P. Peace.' L j&jj
j drove School Hbnbo-i-Wmisrvi Per
'^?^jS^^^ki% Sebastian :;.Cllbk^
ac???a,. : '. V;,' v V,; '
: Hollaad'o Store-J. A. Winter, L.- A.
^T?dd.-.XiA. r^enaa.--! ?'. '?
i^Sl?nw? ????i-r??. o. Branyou, Alien
jg Hope well Springs-T.- ?* Webb.
John II. KAy,-Tjom M. Vandlver. ?.>)
J Iva-Sara McAdams, R. H. Leverette,
i Long Branch-N. & Cromer, W. EL
Maddox, L>T. J?oM?n/i.
'?ea^uM?bk.^wrTP ASbtey. %^
hpaft^%. P. Ball. John Uthantv
jj, jiL-Elgla, . -
i. Mof??isviile-W. L. Barnes, P. .
brown, J.. M. Craft. :
i Mount T^bcbwHarrlsbn af?or?, Pit
^?^-J^WI,?^^^ ;.; ?..
L-lNeai'a Creek,. C^?rcb-Rev. ,
Cooler.' - ii' V" ^';V: \ ?
Ocr Mll?-J. H. deceit; WiH ?/
? Pelsef-John Bray, .Jim/Martin! W.
; <Pet*?r., KW .4^W. . rik...? Cawwell.
Clouds CilbtbiMt; J. T., Simmons. -
. Pendleton-Edward Treaebtt, Sam
Whit?en; Brown Wilson. ; - '
;f T?edtabbt Mil?e-Rufus Reid. W. ??5]
i-^^jriso?ga,RjBkL Jr?, \'r. ' ;
.^sn?town^JL rw. fPlok^/>^jbbn]
Lea- Elrod. >
Sandy Springs-D. A. Taylor, 8harpe
Hobcon, Marian iBIaokmau.
Bmlth's M31?-D. S. Bradbury, E.
R. Palmer, Bill Dobbins.
;? Slsbtown-keith Algco?!. Zern Bry
son, G. D/Glllesple. . . ? ^}
8tarrf?AT S. Bowie, Eugene Mc
Gee, W. R. Ch am bl e e.
Three and Twenty-W. O. Pepper,
James Carpenter, Harrison. A, Fos
Tony Creek-Gor ?on Acker, Charlie
Cheshire, Bill Acker.
Townyllle-R. H. McClain, Rufus
Earle, M. V. Sullivan.
Toxaway Mills-John Acker, Pate
Ray, Oscar Roberts.
Tugaloo Academy-A C. Cromer, R.
L. Bradberry, D. B. Milford.
Whiten eld Church-lt. E. Knight, T.
W. King. Thoa. B. Kay.
WIUlamBton-John C. Manning, M.
E. Ellison, Claude. Johnson.
Wi ll lama ton Milla-Ralph Gosse tt,
Will Campbell, W. I. Mahaffey.
White Plains-1-J. G. LolHa, W. .
Johnson, J. F. McAllister..
Williford'a Store-J. Y. Busby, John
Wright, D: F. Busby.
The managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dele
gate one of their .number, to secure
the UOX6B and.bianka, for tho election.
On and after October ?30th, 1914, at
Anderson court house the. boxes and
blanks will be delivered by W. G. Wil
liam?, court house janitor.
W. H. Canfield,
Commissioners of Federal Election
for Anderson County, S. C.
October 12, 1914.
BOTH ARMIES FOUGHT THEM?
. v SELVES OUT TEMPORARILY
_ ; tCbnUnned. fromJ^ge Ojie^_v.
rebellion in South Africa, although
Premier Botha, who withheld nowa of
tho rising. led by Generals De Wet and
Beyers until ho himself got Into action,
gems.-,to have indicted a serious de
feat on General Beyers, routing his
command and taking a number of pris
wm. Invasion or Angola was hot un
expected for Portugal had declared
heir" intention of helping the AlileB,
arid, in view of the possibility of a
G?rman attack; on her colonies, had
sent ^reinforcements . to her garrison.
Portugal, if the report of the German
invasion is true, is the; ninth dation
drawn into the war. There is danger
Of still others following.
' Holland fears h?r neutrality may be
violatedr The mouth of toe, Scheldt,
which.the <Jermaris, now that they
have Antwerp, would find of mtich ser
vice, and the eastern border of The
Netherlands,. on which Gie Germans
or? massing troops, are -the danger
mint*. : . ?.
! The Dutch government declares !tis.
brokered' to guard Gio country's; neu*;
.trailty at ahy cost.
. Continued From' Page One.).'- v?S
. 'VT. Vi' :?? : ? >
Untie aa members of tho sinking fund
commission until their, successors
iw?t?* elected pr appointed. The se;tt-?
ate has'alkb passed tho bill over the
.Y?t?'.y :-Tiie McLa?rin . State cott?s
warehouse bill was a?ntto a cOramit
t'e? m free conference. .'?Ja morning.
i/-^?\.j?OWd'. l??rease?/ at .the State
fSr .today; The big crowd comes to
morrow, , Richard; I. Manning, gover-i
xib^;bonflnSte; wah amoh$ the visitors.
There was'. .gre^t interest tbnlght 'ln'
ilse Clomaou-Carollna game which ia
f8cheilut?d"i?r\umorrow? ; . . s 'A . - )
NE?D NEVER FEAR .
I ?ATTAX^-^OM 5EA
Our Coast is so Well Fortifie*
'. ? rrrp-- . .
j ioblSVILLte, ky., Oct, 28.-Tho
United States need never fear the re
spUs of any attack from, the sea-ac
cording to Jiopresantatlve Swager
Shoriey. of Kentucky, chairman or the
House sub-committee on fdrtlrrcatloca.
Tin ab authorised statement hore today,
?the aoa probably never will bo made."
"Tho theory upon which;tho fortl
ilcatlons, have been conatpucted," , he
^?nn?a, ,xi? to protect important
harbors from ? direct attack by a hos
UtofiOeL This baa been done,\exeemv
shortly will be submitted tor blae
^ .l?.ineh gubs^ along, with other
I "Our guns are ot the most modern
pat^rn^and^-o capable o^or^rorin?
New?>?iry College '*
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l^wsmoa, . Mat EUU wm. >w
Newberry, Brok? ?Hu? teg.
A Happy Home
(Read What Peruna Did)
Mrs. Jemes P. Summitt, No. 10C?
JEact Eighth St, Muscatlnc, Iowa,,
"My health iras so mlsorablo for
? years that' I was practically on in
valid. We had no rum Hy, owlrijj tp
my i'.r lica^.ii. I was induced to elva
Paruna ? priai, and found very quickly
that it was helping me.
"I 'am",'how well and happy. We
have a "baby boV, which we believe ls
the direct consequence 'of ray im
proved health, lie ls our Ont and
only child. and If peruna luid not
bured me of my ailments .we should
beVer have had him. 1 hope every
suffering, woman will give Peruna a
trial, the same as I have."
i Those who object to liquid modi
aines cen nsw procuro Peruna Tab
F?r Great Target Raft
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27.-Tho bat
tleships Nebraska and Michigan left
Chesapeake bay today to search for
ono of tho great target rafts of the
Atlantic fleet Which went adrift last
night in tho gale off the Virginia cabe.
Unless the . warships are successful
?the naval tug Patapsco will bc sent
to Join tho search tomorrow.
The raft, which is a menace to nav
igation, was -last seen at 9 o'clock
this morning In latitude 36.67 north,
longitude 76.4' west.
. PERSONAL APPEAL
(Continued from Page Ona)
openly declaring friendship for tho
.United States he was threatening to
invado this nation at Bl Paso aub de
clared to his closest advisers that he
would conquer the nation' In a 'few
monthB* campaign. That when a few
months ago. Arango Was declaring
that the conduct Of . the United States
twas justified in.the Vera Urti mrt?ar,
foe . was bt the ?am? tljm? swearing
?vengeance upon th??, nailon.
! -"I think the Wuiliihgibn admmln
tratlon, and jespecially Mr. Wilson
lmself, should know In yjew' qf,hls
loblle speech .abd the sentiments, ex-,
pressed then j^t' ;thd'epec&1. Inter-:
pats' tbs* barb jtf.^ed such so irapcrrt
krit part in 'American poetics "and\
isbstained. administrations bf the past
I are lb league y/ltU this saino Doroteo
Chanqe In Location
! am now Iodated over W.
A.; Po&?r>s grocery store at
212 1-2 S. Main Street. I
thank my friends tor their
past patronage/ and ask con- '
t?nu?tic? Of same.
I make plates nt $6.50 .*
? ?r:^i?? ?u?i? crowns ai$4.U?
l make a specialty of
treating; - Pyorrhea,, f?tveo
lafis bf the pirns arid all
crown: arid" bridge work and
/etfulatirir; malformed teeth.
^Htwork guaranteed Cirst
.r-^afe; . ???>",.;.y;V,
? ?. "'i i:i ? -1- \
ofIno fllgb*rent District.? '. 'j
? ? - '? '.' ?
Tatt Lino of - Staple. and^ancy ti
; ?rand Kaw irmd'Freeh.. .
Your Patronage ^pprejUteo^