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AS FRIENDS PRAY
Religious Revival in South Caro
lina Scene of Remarkable
$HOUTS IN JOY AND SINGS
Speechless for Three Years Man Finds
Voice Suddenly Restored-Men
Make Affidavit to Strarge
Cure at Baptist Re.
Charleston, S. -C.-Thomas Drayton
Poore of Oconee county, who gradual.
ly, lost his voice and had not been
able to utter an articulate sound for
three years, has recovered in an in
stant, it is said, the full power of
speech while hundreds looked on and
Poore is a well-to-do planter and
real estate operator. He has been
for many years a leading member of
the Baptist church in Westminster,
and his word, his neighbors unite in
saying, is thoroughly trustworthy.
Mr. Poore early in 1908 began to be
troubled with neryous symptoms.
They rapidly progressed, and in Feb
ruary of that year his voice began to
fail. He had been a public speaker,
and for many years had been accus.
tomed to sing in the church, his tones
being unusually strong and clear.
None of the physicians summoned
was able to stop the malady, which
it was decided was due to a rare type
of nervous indigestion.
By December, 1908. Mr. Poore's
voice was so nearly gone that on the
18th of that month he could no longer
even whisper. A day or so later even
the medical attendants 'gave the case
up as hopeless.
Several weeks ago revival services
were inaugurated in the Westminster
Baptist church under the leadership
of'the Rev. S. E. Stephens, a returned
missionary. The ineetings proved full
of religious fervor from the start, and
ae ASu J -
nv awitn Sht ofiso brethrenan tos
eson the cmmuity wa nt he might
of ane olfsioed. aaeingl.ter
moe asghtehen teeteant ath
he -revival seemed to be less than
emisul, there was slot, at least so much
oudl singing and praying, though it is
}Maid it was remarked at the 'time there
' ias deeper and more interme feeling
The revivalist requested those pres
4' nt to send to him, written .out on
lips of 'paper, the Things they most
"It may be the wvin -of Provide'nce to
gestore your speech -to you art this
ime," said an elder e/f the chovech to
''Thel atter aceordingiy wrote out a
4request to tbiat effect and passed lit up
tthe pastor. *At the aame time he
4.made known tihe substanc~e of his mecs
s'fage to those around him and all
'oined with the- minister in praying kn
Then there was a brief interval of
gilent prayer, on 'the part of the entire
audience. Everyt~hing was stilli in the
church when Planter Poore stood up,
gave a shout of joy and began to sing.
The others in the .church stared in
wonder, then in awe. Then, with one
accord, they rose and joined Poore in
singing "Nearer My God to Thee."
These who were there say the con
gregation nearly went wild wvith ex
citement, some of them running out
with the cry "a miracle! a miracle!"
Poore ran to the pulpit and pouredl
out his thanks for the restoration of
The news spread and by the next
morning people were flocking into
W~estminster from pretty much all
over Oconcee county. Affidavits tell
ing of the circumstances under which
the planter found his voice have been
made and are now a part of the pub
Whale Found in River.
London.-A whale measuring eight
feet six inches was shot under the
bridge which ar.ans the Loughor river,
near lianelly, in WVales, ten miles
from Carnmarthen bay.
CHASED BY PACK
OF FIERCE WOLVES
COLORADO RANCHER HAS EXCIT
ING EXPERIENCE WITH
Tie Siding, Wyo.-Chased by a pack
of hungry, vicious wolves down
through Cedar canyon, and saved by
the presence of a homesteader with a
good team of horses, was the experi
ence of Al ilInton, a rancher living
Just across the state line in Colorado.
Hilton's arms, legs and body bear the
marks of the animals' fangs, and he Is
confined'to his bed under the care of
Hilton was out searching for a
bunch of cattle which had strayed
into the mountains. He carried a
double-barreled shotgun, but had only
one round of ammunition.
"Late in the afternoon," he says, "I
gave up and turned back. I had gone
but a short distance when I heard the
howling of wolves. I hurried through
"The Wolves Soon Caught Up With
the underbrush, but the pack gained
on me. I turned and fired, when they
came -in sight, and killed the leader.
Blut this did not stop them, and after
a1 sprint .of !anot her 100 yards or so I
fired .again, .killing t wo of the beasts.
"This stopped them for at few min
utes- J -on't know whether or not
they ate the dead ones, but it was
only ;R 1few minutes until they we're
after mie again.
"O~nce they got so close tliat I
brained -one wolf with the club end of
"I was alIost exhausted when I
reached the end of the . canyon -awl
rani (out int~o the prairie. And there,
'a short .distance away, was a manl hI
an hurggy .drawn by two horses. I yvelled.
Hle waited. I Jumped in Just as itbe
wolf :pack broke from the wo~ods.
"We -drove as rapidly as the *horses
ould otravel, but the wholves on
c119gh1 u1P with us. They were smping
thoab flt.ting at the horses. The home
sator inhbentw and theadera
te this ddt top thlem, and .tey
stped again kievinr two Whfl the bestd
th e -ate theded onrescape.-"wa
They atc *fe minuts nu it 'bat
aterd -an brgkn. fo h l~n
give they otsi s closehtat es
imris'.od theand FancscaBoos ais
rantayt Ctonstde rale Andithere
Sshort Bistane Taachera. ai i
an uedan byn. w Cal.-Ee.y eed.
after wed.e fInd Aei just, former
wolftick brcketor of the wransco
con droven as ral as ine SarQen
tinl pron, whtich contines sn1Y.1
"lightsout" wthne. Theywe cls apgrw
fro hiln c tehmates. uThe h oe
quarbers afbeef inhs0.gy W
Btbrew hs toe therale and the
received ano invtou t Whiler a1c se-c
rie stk of nson' grisn ci hae
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gircne waoves feature ffetr es
bupsine men byraeNisw Unon hos
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tinderiwhoch hichod coiue ath
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IN NEW YOftlC CITY. Dest foatures ofI
country and city It'. Out-of-door sports on
adbool parskof 86-rrace near the ludson River.
Adei jOCus )''agCos to~riaduation.j
=u eand Art, Miss 4,7.,,... ..." ,,a1Ms
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THEN HE WSNT.
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Miss Caustique (suppressing -a
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was particular about hav-ng 'my hair
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A Wal-In the Near Nature.
"Drat them plutoc-rats1 They're
grindling down the poor woitme every
dlay. There I was miakin' -ez high ex
'P29 a weolk commission fer hetchin' au
tomobile speeders, an' new what do
they do'? 'They take to fl'ytn' ma
rhines an' cheat a poor maanl-out of his
W'vin', the 'hogs."-Judge.
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!t'. .iu id- pi-easati to t.ke--acts imsuedi
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"She is always doin'g something orig
"iYes but her latest stunt, if it be
comes a fad. wl upset society."
"Why, what is it ?"
"She has employed at nurse to look
after hesr poodle and insists on looking
after 'ner baby herself."
TO FMRIVTE MLARIA SYTE
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nd the ion uild up edrvetem.t tolduby ll
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Inedolence strangles talent; gen ius
in a slothful man resembles a beaut!
ful ornament at the top of a very high
spire-Madame de Puysieux.
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All the rules that glitter are not
8f Yours Is flutterinf or w
A NEW IDEA.
Politician-There were several un
grammatical sentences in your speech
The Candidate-I know; I'm making
a play for the uneducated vote.
Breaking a Hobo's Heart.
Manager Gus Hartz was standing
near the opera house box office when
one of two panhandlers who had en
tered the lobby approached him, and,
holding out an addressed and sealed
envelope, begged for the price of a
"It's for me mudder, boss," he sniv
eled. "You'se wouldn't turn down er
guy for do price er do stamp, would
"Never," said the manager, deftly
grasping the envelope and throwing it
through the box office window. "Here,
Fred," adressing himself to Treas
urer Fred Coan, "stamp this and have
The velocity of the proceeding fair
ly took the panhandler's breath away.
'rhen, backing away to where his )art
nor awaited him, he whispered: "Noth
in' doing, bo-the guy's wise."-Cleve
Andrew Carnegie, at a recent din
ner in New York, said of a certain
"It is silly of employers to pretend
in these troubles that they are always
In the right. Employers are often
In the wrong; often unreasonable.
They often-like Mrs. Smith-Jones
ask impossible things:
"Mrs. Smith-Jones, taking a villa
at Palm Reach, engaged for a butler a
stately old colored deacon.
"'Now, Clay,' she said to the old
fellow, 'there are two things I must
insist upon-truthfulness and obedi
"'Yes, madam,' the venerable serv
ant answered, 'and when yo' bids me
tell yo' guests yo's out when yo's in,
which shall it be, madam?'"
The IMost Beautiful Thing.
A vrewapaper recently invited Its
reades to state in a few words what
they considered the most beautiful
thing In the world. The first prize
was a-warded to the sender of the an
swer: "The eyes of my mother." "The
dream of that which we know to be
impossible" suggested an imaginative
person, and this brought him second
prize. Blut the most amusing thing
was~ that which read, "'T'he most beau
tiful thing in the world is to see a
manm carrying his mother-in-law across
a dangerous river without making any
attemmpt to dIrop her- in:"'
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The Lesser Evji.
Girestram college in 1719 was the
scenea olf :n famouis serio-c'omic duel be
tween t'w'o celebrated doctors, Doctor
Mead and 'Doctor Woodward, baoth of
whom wene lecturers at the college.
While watlking down Ilishopsgate
str'eet one morning they quarreled
rover somne medical question and ad
journed to th~e saquare of the college
to fight it out with swords. WVoodward
rell, wounded ti several places, where
Ilpon Mead magnanimlously' said "Take
111y life." "Anything but your physic,"
hissed back tihe chagrIned Woodward
er ho swooned away--Lmdon Chron
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At a recent wedding a baby had
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