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our national being. Here is found
that admixture of moral and physi
cal forces which go to make up the
true idealism: and here is found that
exact sense of justice which, at last,
must set in judgment in the case of
labor -against capital. Here is found
a race of men who come of sires
trained in statecraft. with the glor
ious heritage of the mighty past as
its inspiration, and an inherent cour
age to do the right. To the south
must be delegated the duty of raising
the banner of a true conservative
Americanism around which the true
patriotism of the nation may rally.
To the accomplishment of this end,
the south must purge herself of her
weakness. The spirit of materialism
must be met and checked. We must
southernize the nation, rather than
permit the nation to commercialize
us. The physical and moral develop
ment of the people must go for
ward in unison; the one must not be 1
allowed to enslave the other. The
opportunist must be relegated and 1
expediency must give way to an ad
herence to ideas, and it must be
taught that devotion to principle is
the highest consideration of public 1
or private life. Our part in the Union
must be recognized. The constitu- 1
tion and flag must be regarded as our 1
constitution and flag. Exaggerated
fears as to doubtful dangers must be
Her political solidarity must be
broken, in order that the most abso
lute freedom of discussion may be
promoted. We must show our fitness
to lead in the struggle for the main
tenance of law by stamping out law
lessness umong people, and by insist
ing that justice shall be meted out
by courts and juries. Our young
manhood must be taught the duty
each owes to his country as a citizen,
and that such duty increases in pro
portion to his education. When we
have done these things, the south
will 'again take her place as a leader
of national thought, and her states
manship will again be the statesman
ship of the nation.
Very Appropriate to The Season.
There never were a better people
than the people of South Carolina.
They have had bitter enemies and
they have been -occasionally much
maligned, but when it comes to the'
highest grace of all the grace of lov
ing kindness, they cannot be beaten
this side of heaven. Pardon my par
tiality for I really think so.
Now all this sweet talk has a pur
pose-it is a prelude to a suggestion
to the people of this generous state
to set their generous hearts to task
before the summer vacation begins.
And it is about to begin just now.
Have you thought of your little
orphan brothers and sisters? There
are two hundred of them'in the Pres
byterian Orphanage at Clinton
(Thornwell.) There are two hundred
in the Baptist Orphanage at Green
wood, (Connie Maxwell.) There are
nearly that many at the M~ethodist
Orphanage, (Epworth,) at Columbia.
I know something of the condition
of these denominational homes, for
I have a standing welcome at all of
* -E 4r
them, and who ought to know them
better than I. I know that at this
season of the year they are always
sorely pressed for the necessities of
life, and this little love letter to my
brethren of the different denomina
tions is to suggest that each one of
you send at once, your check or a
barrel of flour, or rice or molasses
Dr even a sack of grits to the orphan
age you love best. June and July are
he best times to send now. Every
joy with a heart ought to feel it a
privilege to do it. At any of these
1omes, a nickle will give a child a
,ood :eal and five dollars will board
3 child for a month. There are six
iundred of these children in your
:hurch orphanage. And that does not
:ount the Episcopal and Catholic
iomes in Charleston or the Charles
:on Orphan House, supported by the
:ity or the colored Ix.dustrial Or
>hanages in Charleston and Colum
>ia, run by those two colored men
enkins and Carroll, who deserve the
ielp and sympathy of the white peo
>fe of this state. And I do hope they
gill not be forgotten.
Now, sit down quickly, dear friend,
)efore you take your own vacation,
mnd before you forget it, and do some
:hing for the institution that you love
)est. This is the season when nearly
verybody is fixing for a good time.
tour dear little brothers and sisters
t the orphanages 'ought to have a
rood time, too.
Yc,t, friend and fellow citizen,
V. P. Jacobs,
Clinton, S. C.
The puzzle department of London
ruth has a competition on amusing
nisapplications of well known quo
:ations. Here are a few of the speci
nens sent in:
"A school master, being shown an
.xceptionally good translation from
L boy whose aptitudes lay in quite an
>ther direction, remarked:
" 'The ass knoweth. his master's
' crib." '
"When Lord Kelvin was Sir Wil
iam Thomson his lectures were not
dLways in simple enough language for
he students to understand, and they
were usually glad when his demon
trator, named Day, took his place.
)n one occasion, when Sir Thomson
eft for town, one of them wrote in
arge letters in the class room:
" 'Work while it is Day, for when
he Knight cometh, no man can work.'
"Two clerical mendicants sat in a
:avern where they had. been concoct
ngj a specious begging letter address
d to the late George Moore, the
hilanthropist One was overheard to
whisper to the other, ' 'Tis not in
nortals to com:nand success, but
we'll "do" Moore.' "
Russia is waiting for Japan to name
:he time and place of the first peace
At the close of his London season
ir Henry Irving was presented w''h
a massive silver loving cup by die
Rational association of Theatrical
md Music Hall Employes of London
md the United Kingdom.
When in net
nd a lot of ti
:ensils in the
A woman considers she is perfect
ly dressed for summer when she ap
pears to have on even less than she
Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.
Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort William,
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered
quite a number of years from dyspep
sia and great pains in the stomach,
was advised by her druggist to take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. She did so and says, "I find
that they have done me a great deal
of good. I have never had any suf
fering since I began using them." It
troubled with dyspepsia or indiges
tion why not take these Tabiets, get
well and stay well? For sale by
Smith Drug Co., Pelham and Son,
W. G. Mayes, and Prosperity Drug
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets is so
agreeable and so natural that you do
not realize it is the effect of a
medicine. For sale by Smith Drug
Co., Pelham and Son, W. G. Mayes.
and Prosperity Drug Co.
Speaking of sure things, there is, in
addition to death and taxes, the rent
Just What Everyone Should Do.
Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinville, Ga.,
al'ways keeps a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy at hand ready for instant
use. Attacks of colic, cholera morbus
and diarrhoea come on so suddenly
that there is no time to hunt a doctor
or go to the store for medicine. Mr.
Barber says: "I have tried Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy which is one of the
best medicines I ever saw. I keep a
bottle of it in my room as I have had
several attacks of colic and it has
proved to be the best medicine I ever
used." Sold by Smith Drug Co.,
Pelham and Son, W. G. Mayes, and
Prosperity Drug Co.
If she can't find any other reason
for doing it, a girl will mary a man
to make some girl mad about
U. S. soMiers who served in Cuba
during the Spanish war know what
this disease is, and that ordinary
remedies have little more effect than
so much water. Cuban diarrhoea is
almost as severe and dangerous as a
mild attack of cholera. 'There is one
remedy, however, that can always be
depended upon as will be seen by the
following certificate from Mrs. Mini
nie Jacobs of Houston, Texas: "I
hereby certify that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dis.rrhoea Reme
dy cured my husband of a severe at
tack of Cuban diarrhoea, which hie
brought home from Cuba. We had
several doctors but they did him no
good. One bottle of this remedy
cured him, as our neighbors will tes
tify. I -thank God for so valuable a
medicine." For sale by Smith Drug
Co., Peiham and Son, W. G. Mayes,
and Prosperity Drug Co.
It Takes Only
Three Minutes I
3d of anything
ings out of it
County. We lea
If you are looking for trouble and
can't afford an automobile, buy a
Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, Lame
These are three common ailments
for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm
is especially valuable. If promptly
applied it will save you time, money
and suffering when troubled with any
one of .these ailments. For sale by
Smith Drug Co., Pelham and Son, W.
G. Mayes, and Prosperity Drug Co.
The quickest way for a girl to get
rid of her ideals is to marry him.
Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Rev. 0.
D. M,oore, pastor of the Baptist
church, of Harpersville, N. Y., will
interest you. He says: "I suffered
agonies, because of a persistent
cough, resulting from the grip. I had
to sleep sitting up in bed. I tried
many remedies, without relief, until I
took Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption Coughs and Colds,
which entirely cured my cough, and
saved me from consumption." A
grand cure for diseased conditions of
Throat and Lungs. At W. E. Pelham
and Son druggist; price 5ocents and
$r.oo, guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
A fortune awaits the genius who
will invent a borrowless umbrella.
"For seven years," writes Geo. W.
Hoffman, of Harper, Wash., "I had a
bitter battle, with chronic stomach
and liver trouble, but at last I won,
and cured my diseases, by the use of
Electric Bitters. I unhesitatingly
rcommend them to all, and don't in
tend in the future to be without them
in the house. They are certainly a
wonderful medicine, to have cured
such a bad case as mine." Sold, under
guarantee to do the same for you, by
W. E. Pelham and Son, druggist, at
5ocents a bottle. Try them today.
For every mean man who dies at
least two more are born.
A Fearful Fat.
It is a fearful fate to Lve to en
dure the terrible torture of Piles. "I
can truthfully say," writes Harry
Colson, of Masonville, Ia., "that for
Blind, Blreeding, Itching and * Pro
truding Piles, Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
is the best cure made." Also best for
cuts, burns and injuries. 25cents at
W-. E. Peiham and Son, druggist.
It's easier not to want things than
it is to get them.
In Mad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chase after
health, from one extreme of faddismn
to another, when, if they would only
eat good food, and keep their bowe'ls
regular with Dr. King's New Life
Pills, their troubles would all pass
away. Prompt relief and quick cure
for liver and stomach trouble. 25c
at W. Es Pelham and Son's drug
IF YOU USE A
Sin the HARD
call on us, w
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BRING FANCY PRICES
To grow a large crop of good potatoes, the
soil must contain plenty of Potash.
Tomatoes melons cabbage, turnips, lettuce
--in fact, all vegetables remove large quanti
ties of Potash from the soil. Supply
liberally by the use of fertilizers containing
noi less tan 10 per cet. actual Potash.
Better and more profitable yields are sure to
Our pampnilets are not advertising circulars
booming special fertilizers, but contain valu
able information to farmers. Sent free for the
asking. Write now.
GERMAN KA.t WORKS
New York-93 Nassau Street, or
Atlanta, Ga.-a% South Broad St.
For Sale by
C. H. cANNON.
In tea and coffee sets, both ster
ling silver and plated ware. Te de
and desirable with each passing year
and our grandmothers' eyes would
twinkle with amazement at the dis
play to be seen here.
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Maims's Music Iese,
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e carry the