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By GEORGE AGNEW CHAMBERLAIN
Read the First Install- i
ment in This Paper
DON'T NEGLECT A
Go after it with Sloan's
Liniment before it gets
Apply a little, don't rth, let it pene
trate, and-good-by IInge! Same for
external ache-, pain', strains, stiffness
of joints or n iscle , laneness, bruises.
Ilnstant reli i otit mussiness or
soi ied clothing. Reliable-the higlest
selling lininent 'ar after year. Eco
nolliical ly reason of cllrI1llitls saleS.
Keep a )ig bottle ready at all times.
Ask your druiggist for Sloan's Lini
ment. 35c, 70c, $1.40.
lamp 2ndI tlpr
wick and ci
better at am
solid brass) r
- ST AN DA RI
Wuahinton, D. C. Il
R ichmni.oo V.
FOR IIELIENA U1110T
'lIIl of Cases (Arowilfug Out of lIteceit
aie lotIts is Procee'ding lIapidly.
122 Indictments Have een Brought
'llelona, Ark., Nov. 3.-Trial of cas
s growing out of the recent race dis
Lurbances near dElaine, In the southern
part of this county, which resulted
in tle bringing of indictments against
122 1ersons, mostly negroes, proceed
Od ra1-idly today1 inl Phillips8 countIy
Arcuit court, ji es returning verdicts
r~f guilty of first degree murder In.two
eases, thereby causing six negroes to
be selntencted to death by electroci
ividnlice brought out by tie prose
ntiiion inl the two oses lieard today
<iiowed tie existence or a post of the
'Progressive Farmers and I louselhold
lnion of America," lie organization
mditir which it is allegedl the IegIoes
weIe landed for tite uprising at El
int iear where thbe d ist i rba nces took
dace the first week in October. re
;ulting in the death or five white per
,ois and a large number of negroes
Ind tie wounding of others.
Several witnesses for the state re
ated how they joined tle Elaine post
vithi in tenl days before tle distu rbane
Is begani and wrt told to brin g arms
o lin't'ti ig houses, he'eauis' tie tunion
'expected trouble if the wlites tried
o break 111 its ilet1ing."
That the un ion had a large follow
g i tle iClailie ieighboliood was
oughout out in ti' testiioniy of George
;reen, a nepro appearing for the state
n tihe cas' of Frank Ilicks eiarged
vith the killing of Clinton lee. (reen
:aid lie allended he mleitting of the %In
'It il a teh1tireb.- Ile Ilight of Sept em
er :.0 and saw thure "over a hundred
lead" who, hto testified, all1 carrlied
OH! EACH DAY
A LITTLE MORE
1tut-ry! Iet "nderineli" Nil your
hair ait iouilpe its bneauty.
To slop 'alli hair at ic' manl rI
1t' scalp of -ery parlitice of d'.n
druflt, g t a SuI all hotte of tf u
"'Iiaiderine" al any dititg 4)r loile
counter for a few oents, pourl at lilth(
inl your I ati ld and rubi it into t'itscalp
Alier se-ver1al applient.,iions" the hail
uist Ially stop. com ing L! ou ntild you calln'
find any dMdrff 1)el your. hail
.trow lonl,g, thick and s trong and( he
cole soft. glossy and abiundaniit.
ike a Gas Jet
the gallery of a Itay o
ly the mat(ch. D~on't
r s;hade or chiimey.
rtngs 8teady, coml
ght wherever used
I and economical.
s last a lifetime
:1 or sell-fill, re
can readily. None
ly price. Built of
tickel plated. Over
tyv Oil gives lbest results
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BREAKS A COLD 'WA
IN A FEW HOURS
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lieves stniYlness and distress.
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffling! A dose of "Pape's Cold
Compound" taken evelry two hours un
til three doses are taken usually
breaks up a severe cold and ends all
The very first dose opens our clog
ge(-ujp nostrils and 'the air passages
of the head; stops nose running; re
lieves the headache, dullness, feverish
ness, sneezing, sorentss and stiffness.
"Pape's Cold Compound" is the
qiuickest. surest relief known and
costs only a few Cents at drug stores.
It aets without assistance, tastes nice,
coiains no tIninine-Insist upon
ter YOU eat-iawats take
Instantly reliev H burnBtoat
ed~assyey . food souring,
re Land a~mach miseries.
a nKOOP stomach
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SPARTANBURG, S. C.
It was then an automobilo in which
a small sheriff's posse was going to
arrest a white man In the Elaine
neighborhood, was stopped for repairs
before a negro church, according to a
statenielit Issued by the "committee of
seven," authorized 'by Governor Cias.
Brough, city and county authorities to
investigate the trouble, that the dis
orders sarted, the negroes in the
building firing on the party, killing
onei 'white man and wounding another.
The 'first case caled today was
that of Frank 1lticks, several witnesses
for the state testified they saw 1licks
ire the shots the( motting of October
1, that resulted in the death of Clin
ton :lace, of this city, a former soldier,
who was a member of one of the
posses seti. to tl' section following
receipt. of news of the attack on the
sheriff's .posse, the previous night.
The defense announced it had no wit
nesses against which the state rested
its case. (ourt ad.iouri ng until af
terinoon as a mark of respect for
Judge '11. C. Thweatt, oldest member
of the local bar, whose son was buried
here today. When court was recon
vened argument s were waived and
.Judge '.. .M. .Jackson instructed Ihe
jiury, 'which, after eight minutes' de
liberation, reti rneld a verdict of gullty
in Irlst degree nmurider. Ilickis acted
as leader, giving orders.
The ecolld ease caled, iamied as
defen (lelnt s Frank '.loore, Ed. Ilieks,
.1. P0. Knox, 1'aul 11ail and EId Cole
man, all iegroes charged .iointly with
tle muttirder' of Clinton .ee. In this
case the prosecution alttemipted to
prove 1le fiv neg roes werv leaders
of-thIle l'linij "sqIad". Witnesses for
Ilhe sidte repeatedly testified that
Mloore, Knox al lii icks actedt, as Iead
ers giving orders and forming a Col
umntiti of twos, marched toward lloop
Spur wher' they had heard' shots.
.(ohn .efferson. itegro, IestifIed Ihat
I lick!s was presiden t of tile EKlainle
[lost of the tnlioll an(d Knlox, Vice pres
idelit. .lie also sai(I that Kiox who
brought upl th11' real' of the colunii,
said he woul d shoot anly deserters.
Witnesses also testilled to the pres
eince of Hall ail Coleman in the
s(Ilad that moinitig.
F01'RITEEN DIE AS
STEIAMEiR IS S1'NI
Six Others 3 isslng After Ship t loes
lDown ii larbor at il Muskegon, 31ich.
Mliskegon, Alich., Oct. 28.-With
folrtel kilownl deal and six or iiore
missing, only tilm' v':1 bring an1 aceitr
at, count - ' thev toll of the great seas
which ealIy this ilorniig bodily lifted
tile ('rosby a5sselgT stealler .\uske
goi, folniti-rly the (City of Hlolland.
and Si l ld helr to piec S on thIle
iers ;at the tran'e tlo M.\uskegol
harbor. Th' list of dead is being add
-(A to almosi hourly.
Theil stimaSide-w l hlr, bound11I
-froml .\lwallikvo. aIfter oultriding a,
night of galo, mllule for the( harbor inl
IIhe early mornin.: darknevss, but is
said byv (Captain ldward'i .\i illetr to have
struck the hiar at the entt'ticl. The
whteel padidl's Jammedtl'( in the sandl,
('hec'(king hteadway. and Ithe( great
('ombers' threw ,the4 ship abouit and
htlu lt hr oni to the plit'. There she
hutng, momtietarily, jlouninig itto
wreck'lage, antd t heln sI lpped off into
the dccln chatnil, goinig downl in tifty
feet of water, Tlhe vesse'l lies a s t'trm
ltrn tattle of steel and splintered
wvood, effe't ually blocking thel( hat'bor
l"ifly VOr tihe 72 passengers anid
c'rew, glided'( Ito salfety by a sinigle
guard4(, w'~ere tnigthI kniown to1( have
beeit save'd fionm the vessel. It was
fe'ared'( several were r'augh t bet weeni
de(('ks. SuittvI'or', imost of t hemo es
(':a41041d nl t in1their nIght clothlintg,
were'( bteing cared'( Cot' by thle lied Cross,
whtile in the city morgues lie the
Graphlic stor'ies oIf terr'or, sutffering
atnd her'oismt wer'e toldl by s~trtvivors
and( Ithe itrtavery of Capltain IEdwin
Millet' andi his otllcers and1( crew, who
r'emaIied at thlei' post1s to the last,
w'as rec(outnted. Captain Millet', sens
Ing disaster' as the vessel was dIriven
toward( the pier, ordered all to leap
fot' thtei' lives and the time-hallowed
sea rule, "Women first.", .was followed.
Only foutr women, one of whom was
employedl on the boat, were tonight
knowvn to have been lost.
Tihie women, fearing to venture over
the rail, wvete bravely led by 3l1rs.
Fred L. .leerman, of Mtuskegon, who
leaped fr'om the shiip. Other's jumiped
or werec handed dlown ropes by men
passenger's and crew.
(Captain Miller', htard stricken by the
d isasteri anid losts of lIIves, dleclar'ed the
undi~er'town swtung hiis ship after sher
strutck Itic liar. "I toldl thle cabin boys
to wake bte panssenigrs and et'ew and
order'ed( all over' the r'a Il," he said.
hose .whto moved qutickly were 5faved,
'Tli onies who held hack lost teir
11es Cured In &to 14 Days
Dogigltets recfund money if PAZO OINTMENT foltk
to ~rcur tchlag, iBh n' Ie tcd.iig 6r Protrudlnai Piles,
I nstadty rc~toven Itchlait PlIc' and you can etc
p na',fi ttlna afent the tite- nnntila nu Dret U
acts like dyna
crashes into i1
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If you feel bili us, hetidachy, con
stipated and all nocked out, just go
to your druggi 6pd get a bottle of
Dodson's Liver one for a few cents,
which is a harmless vegetable sub
stltuto for dangerous calomel. Take
a spoonful, and if it doesn't start
your livet and straighten you up
better and quicker than nasty calomel
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mpsey" of the 1
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ver Tone" Instead!
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1b is harmless, pleasant and safe to
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