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panies them. Their parents are
in Maine. Their grandparents
are in Cleveland.
Like the report of Mark
Twain's death, which he denied,
the Rockefeller black hand story
seems to have been exaggerated.
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RACE WAR PROBABLE
Bluefield, W. Va., Sept. 11.
The negroes are arming them
selves today, and a bloody race
war may break out at any .time.
There has been trouble ever
since the lynching of Walter
Johnson, a negro, last wek.
Johnson was accused of attack
ing Nita White. It was after
wards discovered he was inno
cent. Geo. White, father of the
girl, has been arrested for mur
der in connection with the Iynchi
The knowledge that they lynch
ed the wrong man and the arrest
of White only inflamed the whites
more than ever, ,
All negro business 'men on
Raleigh street got letters last
night ordering them to move
from Raleign street by Saturday,
or their places would be dyna
mited. The letters were signed
Gov. Glasscock has been asked
10 send troops here by several
"If your married life one
grand, sweet song?
"Well, since the kid's been born
it's been like an opera, full of
grand marches, with loud calls
forthe author every night."
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 11.
The miners of West Virginia will
never again submit to the rule of
the mine guards.
This was the editorial declara
tion of the Jpurnal, official organ
of the United Mine Workers of
"The "money., tfye mine owners
of West Virginia spend to keep
their men from organizing-would
keep. those ame men contented
when organized," says the edi
torial. "Machine guns never mined
any coal.' Neither do the mine
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WELCOME TO OUR CITY1
'Cause everybody's doin' it today,
Since the awful roa$ty weather's
'Course it may come back tomor
row, But no trouble will we borrow,
Just enjoy the cooler weather
while we may.
Don't say that it's too hot for you
'Cause you cannot blame this
weather if you shirk;
Just look out don't get the
But inhate the Cooling breezes,
That make everybody feel fresh'
as a Turk.
Ethel Maud says she uses
leinon juice for her complexion
Mary I wondered where she got
that sour look.