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W. H. CALDWELL HEARD FROM.
He is Willing to Make Oath That He
Never Even Heard of Lanahan
Willie Caldwell has been heard froin
and he absolutely (enies having made
the statement. Col. John C. Ilaskell
says lie heard him mlke. The follow
ing is i quotation from the liecor('s
report of Colonel laskell's speech it
Sligh's oi tIly 31, 1906:
"llaskell asserted that the dispen
ary hm(a corrupted an( besmirelied
cVeryb(y wllo h(I ever beenl ol
nected witi it; thutt le mileibers of
-the boards of control hadl(I gone inl poor
men anId come out rieli. but tfhat none
-it' Item bal voile 1t11 vlan.
"AMr. West"ln: Ilow abilut Wilie
"41 loel flaskell: I am notca in
nami-,)I but his own irlther-in--lw
Says LanaInIA,1 Ilaidi for1 ithe impro"ve
Ieni of his house. .14)1nes is nlt a1
f4d Ali' k h4jIt v Ill n-u-nthie I he atfrairs
- If hicIh IIII nd 4,1unt ,v.',
I i I t * v 11,1I ill- 11jI'I 111- t ie (l'
f ih p l lic ;ilm vl." ; .1 il jij off' Iile -1o
h- b Willie CaI wel. ill .l1,11 h- 14Il
with1 4111 ml l1 lll i l I 'l iit Il''
m1.- d .. hiu, 1ilre i.1 !imbia a.sset
th l 1 1-.!1\ 1 '' l i ',40 ' --'ril !e -
rilkther, i c hll tohli le aed
41: 1e litt ..
. Il 'l-Il relid - -t hatve nla le
~l--:4441 W i1,11wi 'ldwe ll c .n111 t
Iii'. With- .l''i bulI' (11-4M . li. 141 ti-4ll
M-0- 1,111.r- (l hoard41 ln liv(.] h1.0 1w
'w 11. iILIne, vlit Ioll ill a't t(f
tha.t x .lant n l How it ll Carle
ment-.f.Wile C.loes' hoBewe
N-n .1ones rpi ' - that 11 i w a im-l
rv 4~3 41-414'3 414I i 1- 'IskIIII
poihlle for41t t'bIellit' haiV made
1111 1-' I 1 r.-I I'l V1$ lii l'l I' I
I h l at- teo I . l I 1 ill dwI l mll too -eft
\r, I I " 1 vj11' ilut 1 Il )1't l eel ' lt Ylei
v ..t' }112 l 1' 1114. till (r*villi' ll
of Ih1 -r'l ill- nel '4 'lhnts. aot
I j i PO it iltei - I 11 lI' lz ilile llt.
wa V I Iitil I Mli . til I w id e il
;t :.el li | twi l ' I. I 'I.I.Iv I a l el. ,
wh a ma ki n:.'al .iio. al i t otio
IrI. iSrvte li W(leinot l lsinei
fillowi g l telval-i4 l sl . i' Ly .
14eakes te toinn ilt
]Pe Explanation ow i All C'ollin
Aio to1The Chertem \in wen l.
.owalng t .i his tter:
lenio \\'inded .o :elc.1101m o
.\l:tif inven-:statinn ohmtt and
Tht130 did t l edt iWil uikt
paalit o'vr heil fa I,m' ill tile CeX-r
aTfllltiil filiam~c TI. tablelthl.'
yntEIiklinhof doingji'. t0I1C v*lduet iCCl
Fyit txplaatttioHof ith All iCm
tIo tie hict. lund to state that iy re
mllarks were based uponl tle idea that
lie had asserted Ohat Mr. C. C. 1)avis
hiad beenl improperly treated, while
otiers were excused from testifyiig.
Knowiig Mr. Jones to be a gentleman
of highest character and motives, I
feel that I owe it to myself as wqll as
to himu to make this statement.''
J. F"raser Lyon.
"'It was inl oIrder to explainl to Mlr.
iLyo iat lie misunderstood t,he state
ient I liad 111ade inl Imy speecll that I
re(illested to lie heard. I remained on
the floor loping Mr. Lmio would (grant
mle alit ivilege whih I am sure
Iow ie woiuld have don( h(ad lie known
'A. C. Jones."
Thui1s tle fpilestiln as to whether Mr.
ln Was rrIested Or no()t is iot set
ied f. i deelares lie was n1.ot
Farmers' Union Bureau of
-Conducted by the
South Carolina Farmers' Educa
tional and Co-Operation Union.
j3*j-Communications intended for this
department should be addressed to J. C.
Stribiing, Penldleton, S. C.
Farmers' Rally at Clemson.
I'residenit M.NIvIItoday, 7th Aui-tsi,
stirI'Vide-vo( and tiu-n1ed (over the, toxwi,
llI!arprnia' nd gronilds tp farm
k's Of S4uthltl Carilla. and tld them
111.11 Clemison college was tle property
tf Ilia armers and for tile iistitute
week, at least, all tle offieers andt(] at
lacelies were alt lie vmnnnand1 of the
Van*11e1s. antd as the Fairmer's niin,
('a111mpised bY s tOhe Ili Iares( an(
sron *art m ..ri's' ranization in the
--illv l~:~a at 16--r. -rc:m til Farm't's
ilin Avea was ptd!vaedf aW edne.
a i a l l' ; l tvl ' : Iltk
I ll.al ,4 S ateI ligi ' ll('t, ( lii ai.
- ~~1: , v. -t:...4 a d o ' wt-rk
w i": he r.alrded( 1 tille vredil (af this
4ay: . at alems n s l4
.\rran1HeI s Will le perfeeted
""01111 S" as ta11 have Natinal President
Ilikwirth aal ,ii(er live wires lof
theip I'it arme 's nii nl taa electify'~ the(
111 a ir* 1, 1111 ll) (.v l i l, v ajtile
s1aevb makinl- Iln edlieationl eami
aiN vr thll' while state a'f Sith
rella: a at'lie purlil lsw if m.1,!Xani_iz
|n allO arier's li .
The Department of Animal Industry
At Clenison College.
Tlla (11111mm1litte appliiied bY (lem
sOn (a1llew 1) selvet t hl1e animals to
1-4is' aplit'lns inmale il *Ma last in av
vM"r,lanlve with ]Ithe .\ amts act hv (e..
ure.-s, hlas Just returllned froml thleirI
Irip it, de'cide as 1 41 wlihat st(k were
best sut lil the av'eraev farmrs of
lia c111on1 s is for11 thlie? estb 1. ish-.
Then you we
the many dif
line of Wago
sure to sell y
inent it each state agricultural college tI
at branci or depairtment, of animal in- 1
dustry l'or experimental purposes, in g
Orldci to breed up a standard breed m
of the different breeds of farm stock d
suited to the peculiar needs, climates d
and conditions of the different see-- c
tions of the United States. p
Later on, we arC informed this im- a
proved live stock will be disseminated it
tlr-oughout each state among the 1
breeders and farmers of each state, t
primarily for the purpose of improv- a
ing the general agricultural interest a
of each section of the country under i
the supervision of experts sent out by c
A Trip Through Horse Heaven.
In 6rder' to make ip our minds as
to what would be the ideal general
purpose liorse for more progressive, L
elit erprisin'I.g farmiIers, our committee 1
visited the farniers Blue Grass region
of Kentuiicky, and other horse breeding
sectio of Ohio, Illinois and Indiana.
In Kenicky tle whole of this famous
Blu11e (;lrass re.-iol is devoted aliost 1
exclusivel v to the breediig of trotters. 1
NraCe anld saddle h1111rsvs, and now andl
lien a w KenuickY oeda horses. I
Near Pm-is v.v hal lie pleasure of ex- I
-11nininl- anld hm.-ldling." "Kentitchv y
'Chimes.'' whieb is t4) our Imlinld Ile
hII ls, mllt -1 hre-ve ar. oli tr-otter inl rV
tIhe slate ofil Kenttik v. T'lis heatiu lill
stallion is whIal we imagIIIe is a true
typ)e d .Jhistin Morgan was when he A
was thiree years old. If nothing goes <
w .rong a CoIt sired by (this horse may i
be seen at Clemson college some (ay I
by lie side of its damll, one of a pail' of
standard bred road mares selected h
nieair Paris KCentucky, by our comint- c(
(ve for] Clmsonl eollege.
Ae I m ia 1ture deliberation an,1
w'ih in' carefully all Ile points of' il
mer1lits and demler:its (fithe dwfifferentl
brovd ,I * h4r1' s r41 (.11omm111ittee have il
'.i 11that the emleh 11rs, type i; 1 .1
1114' b4's t X f ' r111ss for' gl' 11sv '1 -enera l
I Imr'ose's ''n t' farim. si
We la seell so11v 41 Ile filiest
spemlii lnts Ilf Keittlcly.' cohllers a1141 it,
Frencli emchers, and thie writer ha\- i0
in-- seen (1li finest sid f Cleveland al
Bays in Ohis countrlY also, it is impir
lant to state here that our eommittep at
settled 1uponI Ilie (I'urman coach horse
as tll- hest siiited 1*41' tihe fraim and ie t
best., br-d coachier. to be found-hlave
beeln bred ,1) a I.Ypieal line for coach
P'rs inl vemn for m11rn tan I'w- v.
After laldill.- at Lahayette. Indi.1a,
it w\"as n1A loig betr'we W e N 4 hil1e
stIock hiarml. of1 .1. Critleh & 8(,n, the
I'l'gesi iliml t's 11141 hireeders of tt
Grn1''I a' c(19CI hior'ses in Americ.l. The W
senlimr Ilember o(f1 tihis farm blin a a
native 4f Kenitueky and possessi all el
Ilie 1ua'lities f' a Ihigh-tuiied gentle- d4
111111i With Ihat staiucll h nl4 d el atie t(
c(invitiols Ill (lf ' 4t 41d stailp K en- o
t y h'(b' 1i4,. ti
We01 wer01-1n1olizanit of thle fact ll
that w werein -vnia] vomnpany and
its priosp ets andi~ as its locatio was1 af''0
m-t all the info
nis, and our lin
ns and Buggie
Ie old lione.of John C. Calhoun and
en Tillman,-the farmers' one-eyed
(1-was the daddy.of this college, it
'as a pleasure for Mr. Crouch to
ouate the stun of thirteen hundred
ollars in the price of a fine pair of
)ach mares (one of which was in
orted) to Clemson College. Among
lot of near one hundred fine stall
mns of German coach, Belgian and
lercheron draft is the famous prize
iker, "Hannibal'" that last year won
11 prizes in his class in the States
nd in Canada, and the grand champ
n premiuin over all coach breeds
pen to the world. Barring accidents
,e expect to see a fine pair of colts
ired by this grand horse romping
ver tile grounds at Clemson College
"his horse Hannibal we are sure has
lie finest style and action of any
orse we ever saw in any land, he
Ounees along like his legs were made
f steel springs.
How Did He Know.
Yvette Gilbert, the noted French
ctress, at a dinner in New York, had
een complimented rather awkwardly
"Your inteition was not bad,'' said
eactre,s, -0od-h11umoredlY, in bei
uini ni lish. "'ut you were awk
ar1d. I will adnit that.
"So awkwpird y Mou were (hat I aml
miinded of- a Parisian happening.
isten. This is it:
"A Paris gentlman gave a dinner.
I the world was there. Jeweis glit
red on white throats. Orders and
hbons crossed white shirt bosoms.
I a word, elegance complete.
Aid after dinner, after the ladies
id gone upstaris, the.men, over their
offee and eigars an( liquors, talked,
11im'n will, of' love.
"Aid all (f a stdden tile host cries,
a lu1d voice:
" ' I will tell You, .,eItl lemtent, this is
e 1trthI. I have kissed the dainity
ipanese girl. I have kissed thle u41111th
-Il Islnid itilden. I have kissed ithe
im I n1dianl beauty. And the irls Ill
l1."la1114, ()f oir a y venl oI' Alner
at I have kissed. but it is most true
ait to kiss imly wife is tile best of
"Then i youig ma1nt cries from
'Oss tie table:
"B\ ' heAvel, sir. yo0u .are rig-lht.
A gill 14 eanswimlihi110 vV
rly whvie she has it ob.1 i utre.
iat will last a life time is what you
ant. Our Organs have a pure tone
id lovely cases We' can supply
)u with an Organ that will pk.ase in
rery particular for only $65 and $70
.hivered. Write us for our special
rms of payment, and for illustrations
the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beau
ful and good new Uprights from $185
m on easy terms.
Malone's Music House,
00O.UMBIA, 8. C.
We are hai
e of Buggies
r, we ask no
s than you h
get our pri(
W. E. PELHAh
We sell Sure .Remedies.
us is Reliable. We guaran
faction with every package
When your doctor wr.te4
bring or send it to us. Our
preparing medicines. We
practices; we use purest rr
make our highest aim to ca
wis.hes. Our prices are rea
Reliable Druggists, N
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Undivided profits. -
Interest allowed at rate of 4 per cc
Special attention to farmers' a(
small, none too large to enlist our best
to meet and greet you. Call in.
A. G. Wise, President. C. '
J. F. Browne, Cashier. Hur
Board of Direc
N. L. Black. A. H. Hawkins.
S. S. Birge. J. S. Wheeler.
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tember 26. For illustrated Catalogu
JAMES A. B. SCI
nidling the celeb
; can't be beat1
more for our
ave been payin
:es and terms a
berry, S. C.
What you buy of
tee Absolute Satis
3 your prescription
main business is
allow no slip-shod
edicines only. We
.rry out the doctor's.
ewberry, S. C.
Y, S. C.
nt. on time deposits.
,ccunts. No account too
attention. It is a pleasure
Hunter, Vice- President.
t, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
P. B. Warner
J. F. Browne.
A. G. Wise.
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A. B., B. S. and B. S. in
ng. Modern equipment.
.lth record. Opens Sep
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