North Carolina Newspapers

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VIVID ACCOUNTS
OF EARTHQUAKE
TeD TWUU^ Storfo.
Shanghai. Oden.—Vivid stories
of the destruction of Yokohama
an«l other Japanese cities by the
earthquake are being told by ref
uges who arrived here on the
Meitner Empress of Catvida
Among those who escaped from
Yokohama wet* Mr. and Mrs. I.
Franklin Stevens snd Mrs. M
Hsnce, of Philadelpfa. They were
• ■ beginning a tour of the Orient
51 was in a tailor shop in Yo
kohama, being fitted for a soil
when the earthquake hit the city.'
said Mr. Stevens. “The ttiild'mt
seemed to he caught in a l remen
(Jobs upheaval which cut the roon
in halves, at though with a hug
knife. One half eras lifted strsigii
up, leaving the bare earth whet
but an instant before the J a pane.
- tailor had stood with Ids tape.
“The half of the building o
v.hich I was standing was shako
hut it remained in virtually its ori»
inal position. When I walked on
side, I saw the tailor scramblin
down from the roof of the buik
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Mr. Stevens hurriedly sought out
I'te women members of bis party
and started for the water front. lie
arrived just in time to see llte Ori
ental hotel burst into flames. While
he was watching this, he said, tltc
whole front wall fell away from
the hotel, leaving the interiors of
the rooms exposed and disclosing
the guests gathering their belong
ing* and attempting to make tlieir
escape.
“ The view was more like a huge
stage setting than reality” said Mr 1
Stevens.
Miss Anna Laurilsen, a Danish
Stenographer of Yokohama, said
site lost ail her belongings, became
separated from her friends and
started alone to walk to Yokohama.
" In some places." site said, tberr
were fissures in the earth so wid>
I could not jump over them Ihi
had to walk around. lit one s|>ot
saw the hands and forearms of .
t Japanese child protruding front th<
■ ground. I stopped to mvestigati
t and saw where a huge fissure hro
r opened and closed, catching th
c child like the jaw of a huge vice am
crushing out its life
i “The ground rocked and ipiiv
i, ered like the surface of the sea. an
- several times T was hurled fn*
- my feet by the earth shocks. All th
4 time I was in constant fear of mcc:
- ing the same fate that overtook th
| a|cnt^e child."
Miss l.anrit-or. nearly ev ivutti:
with f.dign • r:ai lever, eventually
reached V«>kn>u;tiei and tiu<lc 1*e;'
way tn the v.aicn r.ail. viicrv she
was taken alvei id the I'Yific"- id
Canada.
Lift ver.r v !x'v.' hut liweltcs
were served sets*-! children, a hi it
liitTercmv was nuinl in lltcii* Itr.iHIv
say home dcinniisimiiiii' v. iirkeis ol
the Stale Cnllrvc sltal 1 V|i.ir1inenl
One Test Of North
Caroti, Pi'o&reu
There arc ukiuj Man lards h
which the t>mi;;c'ss r.f .,hi:. Stal
may he cnnt|mtai. lcuil. -• t-iircc
mine of larrn nmducty. |K.|Mtl.atH»t
public svh<*ils. :r.%ti«|vir!.oi"i) f;
cflities. nianniacturvs at’ ~iw
their light in inieqirnir,!; the tr
; tiH'nilniis .-i:i\-i> r which Sorl
■ Carolina has iiirde*
Dr. I. 11. Ale |'.raver drew nttc
; eee curas Malaria, Chills at
I Fsrsr, Dettfue or Bilious Fe»«
It do strove the germs.
I l' .S. Page, i.rr.i.erh rlwcf of t
t local |Milice ■ lei'u.-tni.e:. sjutt l
t weeh-erd irt It.mr. Vi. Page
now eng;^:. d in farotirg an1 it
t chandisinj; in Linden courty.
■wttnwajj'..” j .— '.■■■
tiou to another test yesterday in his'
speech l»efore the members id tin:'
Civitati club, when he reminded his1
listeners that during the past decade
North (.'airoliti* has reduced its ui
lictvtilosis death rate by one half
This is indeed a striking achieve-;
rnenr. and it deserves all the vim ;
phnsij he placed tijiim it
It is in I) tossible to estimate with!
-*- - n IW»g^^Wp— — I «
my nrvttraey Hie monetary value
•f iliis reduction. Dr. McTCrayer
.a- HKicly venturing a guess when
ie suggested that it meant an an
i:i31 saving to Hie Slate of fifty
iiillion dollars. It is easy to I*
!ii-ve that he h»« vastly underesti
mated t?
I)r. Mrl'-rayer very wisely told
Vis t’fiivers that this reduction in
JUST RECEIVED
r I
; Car load AMERICAN FIELD FENCING.
Also new shipment of Lime, Cement and
h Plastering.
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’ BARNES AND HOLLIDAY COMPANY
Hardware — Furniture — Undertakers
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^ Dunn, North Carolina
g—imw——— w—ns——■■——n—s————■
loath rate did not call (or comp la
cncy. While it can be pointed to
with |*ride, the State should be
more wtemtrd in viewing with
alarm the iact that over two thou
sand people die each year in North
Carolina from tuberculosis. The
fight has not been won. It uium
be waged with greater ileleimina
turn The State tnu*t strip iijcli
to the belt tor a more desperate
struggle with die White Hague —
Editorial fruin the Aslteville Times.
Sept. 20. 1923.
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DR. P. J. CHESTER, NEW YORK POST GRADUATE
SCHOOL, ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF AN
OFFICE IN PITTMAN HOSPITAL. PRAC
TICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE
AND THROAT
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*m<>nt 01 New And styiteh ^
| Otters A
Every dty mi new goods coming into ovx now store situated in East Broad Street next door to Butler Brothers. These are additions to a stoc
already new. Everything in our stock was purchrutcci for Ibis sue son’s wear. Not an old article in the whole stock. Recent arrivals include:
SOI CANTON CREPE DRESSES, NEW AK:J FASCINATING MILLINERY, BEAUTIFUL WASH DRESSES, COATS, WAISTS OF THE NEWEST
STYLES AND COLORS, WOOL CANTON CREPE AND BLANKETS. A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SHOES IN THE VERY LATEST STYLES AND I
LEATHERS JUST RECEIVED, AND AN ENTIRELY NEW LINE OF CORSETS AND BOYS CLOTHING. I
—n——— wji—n —ii. n j_Lau_ i .Hi i«
* ^fban was never a more complete line, a fresher,
cleaner, more fashionable Une, of goods to choose your
■ garments from. We can clothe every member of the
family from head to foot—whether you want work
clothes or dress clothes. And the price on every article will
please you.
We have only one price for each article. That price is
plainly marked. It it the price you pay— the price every
body pays. And eeerythm* must be satisfactory to you.
To Dunn we are new merchants, hut we are not new
in the mercantile business. We have spent years learning
how to please folk—learning how to make friends for
our store. A store's friends are made tl trough the service
given, the quality sold and the price charged. We intend to
make friends and we want you numbered among them.
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There are many thing in our store that yon want—and
we can save you money on most of them. You will be
pleased with our store, its goods and its service. Come in
this week and let us convince you thstt we are going to be
good friends to you.
GOODS COMPANY u
' , THE RELIABLE STORE
—i— DUNN, NORTH CAROLINA |A
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