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Woodrow Wilson asks the Democr
Ises of what he will do if made presid
ecutive, for until he became governo]
known only as an educator. He w:
Princeton university, and is considers
government and legislation, and a deej
theories In all parts of the country.
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As House leader of the Democra1
and means committee, Mr. Underwoc
party, not always to the entire satisf;
in a way that has gained him the entl
ber In his candidacy for the presiden
starting his campaign for delegates,
since definitely announcing himself.
Ideal Temperature of Room.
An ideal room temperature ior the
sedentary is that between 06 and TO
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^ r-ocr^Tiifirior ?nr?arahis of the body
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finds it necessary to close up the
peripheral vessels more or less, internal
congestion slowly begins and
the conditions lor a cold are secured.
atic nomination on the strength of proment,
rather than on his' record as an ex
of New Jersey last year he had been
as highly esteemed as president of
;d a man of advanced ideas concerning
p thinker. He has been expounding his
tic majority and chairman of the ways
>d has directed the tariff policy of his !
action of some of its other leaders, but i
msiastic support of a considerable numtlal
nomination. He Is a little slow In
but has been making up for lost time
"Why do you insist on investing
, your money away from your heme
town ?v "Well," replied Farmer Corni
tossel, "I've got r good deal of local
! pride, I have, and 1 regard the people
in this ;;er^ township as bein' so
smart that none or em i.s goin' to let
j any real bargains git u.vay from him."
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Former leader of the minority in c
: Champ Clark has plenty of record or
.Democratic nomination, ana uxs uuull
Mr. Clark has been active in congress
most questions is well known to the pi
the retirement of Joseph Folk in his 1
Ohio Democrats swear by Governt
means limited to that state. He Is i
of his party could wish, however, and
states. He has declared himself as op
which doctrine seems to have a large
states he is regarded with especial fa
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ongress, and now speaker of the house, |
i which to base his candidacy for the
iers are taking every advantage of it
for so many years that his position on
lblic. Missouri is for him strong since
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>r Harmon, and his admirers are by no
ore conservative than many members
this is especially true in the western
posed to the initiative and referendum,
following, but in some of the eastern
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FURS AND HIDES tSj \
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Railway announces very
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5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, and
arrive Macon before noor
turning until May 15th,
limit may be had by depc
of fee of fifty cents, un
overs permitted at many ]
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few stations in this territo
Special *rain will be op
to Macon, May 6th, on th
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Special coaches will I
May 6th, and be attached
Spartanburg and one at 5
For the accomodation
from Columbia and Chai
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tne ooutnern pares or me
be operated, leaving Colu:
leston 8:00 a. m. May 6th
con via Augusta and C
Macon 6:00 p. m. Extra
will be operated on other
For further informatk
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etc., call on nearest tickei
J. L MEEK, A. G. P. A,
| Atlanta, Ga.
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r of the South,
inuai Reunion i
e occasion, the Southern
low round trip excursion
eturn, tickets on sale May
for trains scheduled to
i May 9th, 1912, good re1
Q1 9 FvtonciAn rtf final
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siting ticket and payment
til June 5th, 1912. Stoppoints
and side-trip f? *es
Round trip fares from a
>ry as follows.
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- - - 3.10
- - 3.75
- - - 4.50 .
- - - 3.40
- - - 4.65
- - - 3.85
fareg from other stations
erated from Spartanburg
e following schedule.
10:45 a. m.
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12:45 p. m.
1:15 p. m.
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4:45 p. m.
7:45 p. m,
leave Columbia 7:10 a. m.
I the special train, one; at I
of Veterans and visitors
rleston and other points in
state, extra coaches will
mbia 8:30 a. m. and Chart,
running through to Maieorgia
coaches and sleeping cars,
trains as may be needed..
>n, pullman reservations,.
t agent, or
A. H. ACKER, T. P. A,
Augusta, Ga. j