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EICKENS, S. C. :
THURSDAY, MAY 9 1907.
Shun Tainted Money.
William Jennings Bryan has
praises for churches and colleges that
refuse to take money that has been
made by dishonest means. He spoke
recently in the New National theater,
Washington, D. C, under the auepi
ces of the Y. M. C. A. He took for his
subject the "Prince of Peace."
"One of our ricb men," he said,
"has reached the point where he
sometimes finds difficulty to find
people to take his money. And that
I regard as the best evidence of the
growth of moral sentiment in this
country. It means something when
a great church pauses, hesitates, r -
fuses to accept the money until it
knows how it is made.
"I believe the time will come when
churches and colleges will refuse to
go into partnership in spending mon
t'y immorally nade. The influence
of that public opinion will be power
ful factor in the restoring of right
eousnessn. These in a ti t u ti o n a
should say to a man: 'You do not
make your money honestly; we will
not share the odium with you.'
Was a Mad Man.
Champ Clark, of Missouri, madeia
speech at Des Moines, Iowa, the other
evening, in the courso of which he
said that the half had not beon told
of the incidents at the Cridiron diia
ror at which Foraker and Iioosevelt
clashed at achat other.
"I was sillinfg a little way from the
presiden," he saaid, "aand say, I have
seen Six menl-t mteet Violent deaths at
differen ti m111es, but I never saw a
madder naat than Roosevelt wvas at
that time in my whole life.
".if we com el tli e It( a rria.rman l lis
Odell gang to telAl the lauthi about thle
camipaign conmtributions, we would
iweep the country. If wo had a dis$
trict attorney in Newv York that was
worth powder and lead to blow himt to
bell, Sing Sing wvould he full ofi thiose
thieving Republican bosses that their
arms and legs wvould be sticking out
of the windows."
Skill of the Ancients.
New Yo-rk t'ressii.
"We are losing all our secrets ini
this shabby age," an at chitect said.
"If we keep on, the Lime wvill come
when we'll be able to do0 nothing well.
"Take, for instance, steel. We
claim to make good steel, yet the
blades the Saracens turned out huun
dreds of years ago would cut one of
our own blades in two like butter.
"Take ink. Our modern ink fades
in fivc or ten years to rust color, yet
the ink of mediavol m)anuscripts8 is nts
black and bright to-day as it was 700
"Take dyes. Th1e0 beauttiful blues
-end reds and greens of antique orient
el rugs have all heen lost, while in
Egyptian tombls we findl fabrics dyed
thousands of years ago that rom 'ia
to-day brighter andl purer in htue thana
any of ou r n,odel(rni fatbrics.
"T'ake my specialty, buildn , . \We
can't build as the ancienata did1. 1'Te
secret of th eir- mortart and cenimnt is
lost to us. '1'Their mortar and cement
were actuatlly hatrder and moure du (ra
ble than the stonies they bound to
gother, wihereas ourtts-li-orrors!"
The leaCsanit purgative effect e'xpe'ri
enced0( by all who( use Obamnberhiin 'a
Stomach ai)d Ljiver Tp'>!ta., and the
healthy conditiotn of th lady'~(3 and~ min td
which 11hey crease miakes one feel joyful.
Price, 25 conts. Satmple free at Pic,k
ens Drug Co.
Leave Them Outside.
Don't l-ring them into thelodge room,
Anger and spite and pride,
Drop at the gate of the temple
The strife of the world outside.
Forgot all your cares and trials,
Forget eery selfish sorrow,
And remember the cause you met for
And hayte ye the glad to mQrr9t,
Drop at the gate of the temple
Envy and spite and gloom;
Don't bring personal quarrels
And dlscord into the room.
Forget the slights of a sister,
Forget the wrongs of a brother,
And remewber the old commandment
That ye love one another.
Bring your heart into the lodge room,
,But leave yourself outside
That is, your personal feelings
Ambition, vanity, pride.
Center each thought and power
On the cause for which you as
Fetter the demon Discord
And make ye the monster tremble.
Aye, to fetter and chain him,
And cast him under your feet,
That in the end we aim at,
The object for which we meet.
Then don't bring into the lodge room
Envy or strife or pride,
Or aught that will mar our union,
But lerve them all outside.
- [Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
How to Run a Newspaper.
When a man goes astray,
Keep it out,
When the critic roasts a play,
Keep it out.
When two men in anger clash;
Wheu a merchant goes to smash;
When the cashier steals the cash
Keep it out.
When the-y quarrel in the church,
Keep it out.
When a tetacher wields the birch,
Keep it u,t.
When nine women fair to see
W'hi-por something over tes -
Print it? (. oudness, gracious Ue!
K eop it out.
W1'ho1n two statesmel make a deal,
eop it out.
Wi -t antriher trie to steal,
Keep it out.
Stories thin e ed stories a I;
Aoid and had and big 1and( swtall-.
A tL tling that.'s ews at all
He ir~ 'e mi shout:
"Keep it out!'
- [Columin R I~ecord.
I think thiat there's but, little room
For doubt, they're br'ide and groom.
She( looks at himui with so unch pride,
It's certain she must be a bride.
And his adorinig looks betray
His gr.omshiip --it's a g'ive-away.t
I notice, too, the lady's hat
I d wvant no better prooif thani that.
But taken with the lilac dIress,
It puts the r'iatter past a guess.
Then he's so natty and so trim
Ther 'a net the least mistaking him.
Their baggage! See the silver tag
That gleams upon the lady's bag.
His suit case! i've seen very few
So very yellow, fresh and new.
No ordinary married man
Would carry one so, spuck and1 span.
Andi( --didl you see hin look at her
As they approached the register?,
J us.t wail, a littlec whi le antd see
Whlen she puts sugair in his tea.
TIhere! ThImat will shake youir iinbeldie f;
lHe's j ust picked uip her hand kerchief.
Anid ne te her sudden earii,ine blo.r-mn!
8ure hel. they are bride anud groomi.
-[Ch icago News.
recuiltsu fromi chroni i constipation, wh ich
is qmlely cured b)y Dr1. King's New Life
Pills. Theuy remiYove all p)oisoinous germs
froiai the sysrtemn and inifuse inew life and
v'igor, euro st,ur sitoinneh, iausia, headl- ei
ache, dizziness and colic, without grip
ing or discomfort. 250e. Guaranteed by
Pickens D)rug Go
They have been awarded (
tionl tid , in fact at every expo
Ways awarded the Gold Medal.
with any other shoes that you c
the prize. The snap and style
parison; made in all shapes and
a few of the leading styles we a
Gun metal, Blucher, Oxfor
Style 4o6-Pat. Colt Ribbc
large eyeIeto, ribbon lace, 14-8
Style 206--4 button pat. c(
less pat. colt vamp and tip, 144
Style 426-Patent colt 3 h
patent colt vamp and tip, large
We also carry several style
Queen Quality for women, Cro
footwear for the whole family.
unless it combines wearing qual
Drop in and see these line,
wagon, a carriage,way to figure the
Is to figure the cost jer yer
If a farm wagon, for example,
lasts 20 years and requires only $2
you of that wagon is $3.10 a year.
If another wagon costsr only $s, t
and requires $10 wvorth df repairs, ti
cost to you is $6 a year, at least.
Which is thd cheaper?
There is no doubt about the /as/h
qualities of Studebaker wagons, ca
riages and harness.
It's the material that goes iin
them--plus the way they are made
Studebaker farm wa'gons he
deeper than others, made from
Black I-lickory-air-dn'ed from.3
The axles are also rc-inforc
bar of steel running from the
to the other.
The Studebaker Patt
are made from cast iro
verse strength of over 3,
Pointed Paragraphs. Ii
We are all happier for a lot of a
rings we don't see.
Aid is never satisfactory. The best h
"S is no. to neced it,
Unpre hbly expec more oIf at
riend- thani you are willing to give.
The worry of to day is usually the
*vsult of carelessness of yetea. a
B3ravery isn 't much credit to a bull
log. He hasn't sense enough to beI
Peop)le would be less susSpici(, Oh t
ithers if they didn't know thenII
lolves so well.
Tfhe man who realiy knmvs a l
Iboult wonmni is usuahly willing *
idmnit that lie kniows lnothing.
No poor1 mni has any~ business8 to
narry' a womanit who has a maini 10
ua king noth inig ouLt4 of somethinig.
E ven w~lhn a fiend uirygt .~
[uests you to po'uint, out his faults i
lon't do it if you1 valuLe( his friendshi p.
No storeprOlOlU (( b lee so wel
ikes to have hlim go behuind his' b
CJomaplimenits art1e like wine - .it g I
akos a smnall dose to go (t the he~ads
f some poople1(, whilo others can stand I
Every main ought to malfrry a w.0
nan wyho is a good1 mnaer beca.s j
Shoes please wo
s of Amerioa p(
xoid Medals at Paris, Buffalo,
sition where stylish footwear <
Why? The reason is easy
n find and you will readily se
is so far ahead of the commoi
in all leathers, with the new
re showing this season:
d, 3 hole ribbon tie welt sole
n Blucher Oxford, Fifth ave.
Cuban heel. Price $3.50.
>lt Oxfords, Fifth ave. sinpe,
Cuban heel, custom grade,
)le Blucher Piccadilly shape, a
eyelets, ribbon tie, 12-8 heel,
s at $2.50 for your stylish foo
sset for men and Kriders for
We will not handle a shoe, n
;: of good stylish fitting shoes
Low Prices ard Styli;
cost to you of a square inch - 22
buggy or a set of ients of the Ut
probabiV 50% gr
rr as long as you The Studebal;
nishing a proper
hat costs you $60 are treated with
repairs, the cost to to their weather
dlatso 1 years, greatest improvei
Ve axes ' inch Studebaker is ov
selected butt-cut Do you wonde
to 5 years. Do you wonde
ed with a special tation behind it?
heel of one skein You cannot af
when you can ge
nt Truss Skeins It is poor eco
having a trans- ig out money fc
000 pounlt to the a Gct a Studebt
o the Studebaker A
ruce & Morrow C(
lekens, South Carolini
~w muen are any good unless the
r'e properly managed.
WVhen a mant's first bab y arrivei
e wvants to treat aill his friendi
lben the sovenith comles along, hi
qiects all his friends to treait hio
Tlhis4 is to certify thatt all druggists si
ut,horizedl to refunid your money if F
sy's Honey antd Tar fails to care you
rnngh or cold. It stops theii co'ugi
eals the lungs and preOvents seriouts r(
nilts from a cold. Cures lat grippe couig
tid prtevents po nmnia~ and consump.
On... Contains no op)iatest. Tfhe Getni
JO iS im a yellowv package. Rlefuse Hut
Litute's. Parkins Pharmacy, .ibherts
11d Pickenis D)rug Co.
A winmant likes Lii dme1 in a rest atu
tit withI her husband so he can'
hamte her for it.
.A cod is muchel more eajsi ly cure<
in n thle b)owels are openied . Kennedy'
xativye Roney and Tarns iSho bow
Is a nd d rivyes the cohtl ontL of the sy'sten
young or old. Sold by JPickens D)rtu
.Thle Alask(a P.ack(-ris A.ssociatiou
uve hlberatedt fromij the(0 i i htchil
Alaskat, nup to 19tdi, ov.er thirei
heir F"orl mann iiohahry is thi
.rgest in the world.
ost oblst,titot coughs andl expels th<
)ld from t he system as it. ts mildl
xativo. It is gtuaranILtl(d. D)o not risl
king any but the genuino in then ye1
w package. Pairkins Phiarmacy, Liber
,and Piekens Drng Co.
men who the
Chicago and Charleston exposi
:ompetes, Queen Quality is aJ.
o find. Compare Queen Quality
e why Qeen Quality always gets
i shoe that there is really no com
short vamps. The following are
with tip 12-8 heel. Price $3.
shape, welted sole all patent colt
welted sole, dull calf top seam
velted sole, gun metal quarter,
twear. We want to shoe you
children. Our specialty is stylish
o matter what the style may be.
% greater than the require.
ited States Government- and
cater than the ordinary wagon.
er hubs are large in diameter-fur
foundation for the spokes. They
i secret solution, y y... 'y adds
er slope-shoulder of the
nents ever made i .ilding
:arryirig the large of wood
nto the hub. They r/ where
ther spokes are w.
The Studebake. round
u(lge tires are oil-u ro/d-se1.
L'hat's why they noc- .ousu.
And so on-point by point-feature
)y feature-nothing that will add to
hbe durability and long lif'e of the
that it lasts?
that it is the wagon with a repu
~ord to buy a "cheap" wagon,
the best for so little.
nomy tobe constantly pay
r repair bills.
.ker and save money.
The Retort Courteous.
The Chicago Chronicle declares that
, resident Roosevelt hans beeni "great -
;lv humiliated''tby the complimients
(1 paid hJim b)y certain Demjocrats, niotai
.Ibly John T'emiple Gr aves an~d M~r
Br.-a.n. Th'le Chironicle say~s: "Pires
iden1,t- Ro)osevO e asnot deserved the
It mustL hurt the presidenlt terribly
,o h ear n. Democerat speak a godwr
-for him - ocesioIually. Per-haups lhe.
would lhke to havet, ls ciolmpa lmiien t
come*u elx(lustvely fro ii men0 w-in like
John R. Wt~aulsh, prop)rietor of the
Cihicagot Chruoni ile, have beeni in
dicted over 01ne hiuidred tim4esd for
fraud t ullnt, tra.nsactis.
t If Mlr. Roosevelt canl prospri with
ala everydaliy ent h usijastic inldors4emen L
1by WVaIlsh, he a ,abet
s urvivo ani ocea' u-ourd l)W
biu .1. le :)lJm1en Iloner.
"M~y downVzfall h Uumble 4
menIJOsuiCat , -ace d->.ut, wvas
I uv.otastone by ai I
N ot t.hn rir fromau t he boss.
(Goo d flour, d3very saink gluarank i t0 a
84 .25 thle 1bb ; sugar '20 lbs for 4' b, hi&
colleo.0( 8 lb s for il ; SI aum.ard oil froii
the~ t, uk wangon l5c poru gallon; ai goodl
tOoeo 30e t.he 1)ound1(; sal tl100 bs in
Agenut, for Tlhoriinill wag~o1