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Another Chance for Hubby.
Advertisement in a paper-not in
the Bilville district: "This is to no
tify my husband, who got mad and
ran away without sayin' so mich as
a word, that If he returns home and
signs a paper to quit his -meanness
and act sensible, like he ought to have
been raised to, which he wasn't, about
all that I can think of now will be
forgiven, provided, as said before, that
he is a changed man an' will quit rais
In' Cain an' F-doin' of nothin'.-Atlan
chll T i ui q suno el poaea
LGeq son, a ecu-poo t s th
lOn toi um puros vuqU INeop,,
.and R:ON It aZoq uote-LieA r is'
tsxms aia ,o Enr ei the uolod and
11i PDAOJ PW1H
Bever You Need a eral Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
Genera Tonic because it contains the
wea known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Dtives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Bulde up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Elephant Gave Sick Soldier a Pill.
In the iland of Ceylon, where there
are a great many elephants, there was.
a young wne which had been caught
and taned when it was a little thin.
The doctors at a hospital used to take
it round the wards with them in the
morning, when it would see the sick
soldiers take their medicines and ils.
One morning a native soldier dropped.
his piot on the floor. In an instant the
elephant picked it up with Its trun.
popped the pll into rhe man's open
mouth, and, with a great puMf blew- It
down. The elephant in its wild state
plucks tender leaves from the trees
Puwith Its tink; fod growing about
Athe roots of trees it digs up with it
tuskse It taks up water with Its
trunk and idours it down Its throat
When the 916s' worry. it breaks off
the branch of a tree, and, making9 a
hand of Its trunk, uses the branch like
a fan.-FrTom 'The ChIlds Book of
All persons are hereby notified not to
trespass upe.-n- the !ands of Miliford es
* tate near Bloom Hill, or enter the
rrounds and building of Miliford, withi
out first securing permission from the
R.C. Richardson. Jr.
Pinewood. S. C.
R F D No 1.
Treat your .friends as you dc your
bank account. Don't be reckless with
the'm fst because you've got them.
Oetrolt Free Press.
Istebodreaded. I.ds tersi
enmen... Feve.. Irdigesda.. ilo&
si.kH-a-dee- pa.on -a sem and
AU Dugits 25 cents
5ATrIsFACrION OR MONEY BACE
* \ CYPRESS
The State of 'South Carolina,
County of Clarendon,
By James M. Windhamn, Esq., Pro
WHl|REAS, G. H. Curtis, made
suit to me, to grant him Letters of
Administration with the nuncaupative
will aninexedof the Estate and effects
- of Samuel S. Stone.
These are therefore to Cite and ad
monish all and singular the kirndred
and creditors of the said Samuel
S. Stone, deceased, that they be
and appear before me. in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning on the
14th day of May next, after publi
. cation hereof, at 1] o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand this26th day
of April, A. D. 1915.
JAMdES M. WINDHAM,
[Seal.] Judge of Prokate.
Mtagic for Rust Spots.
'To remove rust spots on bathtubs
and basins and discolorations in toilet
basins and sinks apply muriatic acid
with a mop. As soon as the discolora
tion is removed the acid should be
thoroughly rinsed off with clear water.
The acid works like magic; it is al
most instantaneous in its efIect and
the labor of scrubbing is saved.
'9srafei" Angel of Music.
Israfel or Israfil, In Mohammedan
mythology, was the angel of music,
who puossesses the most melodious
voice of all God's creatures. This is
the angel who is to sound the resur
rection trump, and will ravish the cars
cf the saints In Paradise, Israfel, Ga
briel and Michael, were the three an
gels that warned Abraham of Sodom's
destruction. In the Koran we read:
"and the angel Israfel, who.se heart
strings are a lute, and who has the
sweetetice of al God' nar eatures."
Death :y Freezing.
It is not clearly understood how se
vere cold causes death, remarks the
Journal of the American Medical Asso- i
cation. A variety of causes have been
assumed to be at work-aecumulation
of carbonic acid. paralysis of the vaso
motor centers, loss of heat, accumula
tion of blood in the heart, anemia of
the brain, destruction of red' cor
puscles-all of 3rhich tends to show
that we really do not know anything
definite as to the precise cause. The
signs of death caused by exposure to
rold are also poorly understood. This
Is especially unfortunate in view of the
fact that in all northern countries
cases of death from freezing frequently
present-themselves for investigation.
Piles .Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching.
Blind.Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6to 14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50e
A Hotel is Only a Hotel.
No matter what may be said about
the drawbacks of the home, a hotel is
a cold place for a family. The rest
lessness manifested by many women
of today may have weakened family
ties for a time. But there Is certain
ty that young people will marry. After
marriage they will reside in a cottage
or a flat. The-stay-at-homes will ever
long for their own fireside. The -per
sistent travelers will lose regard for
the home. With the tourists from the
Old World, they will be content to en
dure the- accommodations offered, by
the hotel man.-Trcy. Record.
nio fias Thlat Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
TIVE BROXO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look for the signature of B. W. GROVE. 25c.
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAV1S & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
' MANNING. S. C.
On First-Class Real Estate
Purdy & O'Bryan,
-ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Manning S. C.
G. 0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT
EDWARDS & PERRITT,
Office Over Home Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING S 0.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR aid CIVIL ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
c. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAw,
MANNING. S. C.
DR- .A DENTIST.
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C..
Phone 3o 77
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
..PURDT. S. OLvERO0BRTAN
P URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys ounselors at Law
*MANNING. S C.
o Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
ake the Old Standard GROVE'S
ASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 cents
When the doctor came down from
seeing her husband he told her that
her good man would shortly be on the
road to convalescence. "What's that?''
she asked. "I mean he will be get
ting better," said the doctor. "You
will know because hb will get irritable
-extremely so." When he called the'
next day the doctor found the devoted
weman as happy as a sandboy, smiling
and singing to herself. "And how; are~
we today?" he asked. "Oh, he's get-j
ting better all right." she answered.
"He came down to the kitchen this
morning and threw a coffeepot at the
cook. and shot our old house dog be
cause it wouldn't say 'Please!' So I
cooked him a dish of tripe and enions
and he has gone back to work. It'sI
wonderful how you doctors know
For Infants and Childrea
In Use For Over 30 Years
Malaria and MoonlIght.
Indulgence in moonlIght serenades
or other nocturnal diversions down
in the Panama Canal Zone is unsafe
unless one is willing to pay the~
penalty in subsequent large doses of
QuiieO. Malaria has so largely in
feted the Americans in the Zone
Iafter they have spent an evening at
preasre resorts, especially in the
suburbs of Panama. that the health
department has been obliged to issue
Ia special warning that it is unsafe to
do so. In case necessity or the
search for pleasure leads one to so
SOUTH CAROLINA BOOSTER'S SPECIAL
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
JUNE 18, 1915.
Persons using this train will Celebrate
SOUTH CAROLINA DAN
at Panama-Pacific International Exposition
which has been arranged by the Governor
JUNE 28. 1915.
Southern Railway has been Selected as the
A get together movemeut under auspices of Cham
bers of Commerce of the State for South Carolinians to
travel together and become bettor acquainted, boosting
their communities enroute and taking part in the exer
cises at the Exposition Soith Carolina Day. Stop-overs
and many attractive Side Trips going and returning.
Make your arrangements through your local Chamber of
Commerce or address
W. H. CAFFEY, D. P. A..
Charleston, S. C.
CITY TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning, Dyeing and
OF ALL KINDS OF GARMENTS.
We also Clean Palm Beach suits. Ladies'
Work A Specialty. Brinq your Hats to us
when they need attention. All Work Guar
CITY TAILOR SHOP.
'PHONE No. 1. OLD BAKERY STAND.
~The same preiciW~
that stand out
As a man you like to dress
so that you stand out from
the crowd -above the aver
age. As merchants it is our
desire to sell dlothes that lift
us into a class by ourselves.
That is why we were quikto
arrange for the exclusive
They represent big 4M
price is low. You can sutdalab
rics, depend on the stA adeowt
on long wear.
faldown you could have aneeita
teturn according to the absoltogarat'
te d this special sui4
A big assortment of overcoats, taa
CAUTION IN BUYING A HORSE
Take No Man's Word for Worth of
Animal-Let Your Own Eye
Be Your Sole Guaranty.
If you want to buy a horse, take no
man's word for the animal. Yodr own
eyes is your guaranty. Don't buy a
horse in harness. Take. everything
off but the halter and have him led
around. If he has any failing you
should see it.
Let him walk by himself. If he
walks right into anything you will
know he has trouble with his eyes. No
matter how clear and bright the latter
may seem, the animal cannct see.
Back him, too. Some horses show
their weaknesses and tricks in that
A Fine Family Horse, Gentle and
way, when they don't in any other.
But-smart as you may be, you'll get
A horse may look ever so nice and
go at a great pace, and yet have fits,
and there isn't a man who can fore
tell this. Something must happen to
bring it out. Also, he may have a
weak back or, if he Is balky, off he
goes for a mile or two, then all of a
sudden stops on the road. After a
rest he starts again, but soon stops for t
good, and nothing but a steam derrick
will start him.
ESSENTIAL FOR LAYING HENS
It Is of Much Importance That Ample
Supply of Grit and Lime Be Kept
Before Fowls Always.
A poor hex never lays. She must
have surplus fat to make the yolk.
The old theory that hens do not lay
because they are too fat is no longer
believed, as it has been found out
that as the yolk is composed of fat, it
follows. that she must have more fat
than she needs to keep up her condi
tion to produce eggs.
But unless yeu keep them supplied
d. 14k lth whichto 'grind
order to make it into
eggs, all you.r grain and labor are an
absolute waste. They must have grit,
good, sharp grit. Keep a box filled
and always before them of cracked
china, sand and oyster shells, of equal
Lime, too, is quite as necessary, as
the shell of an egg is composed of
lime. A box of air-slaked lime should
be kept always at hand. One should
have a barrel or so of it on hand every
fall, and use it freely about the hen
*house. Sprinkle it beneath their
perches after cleaning out each inorn
ing, and always keep in the nest-boxes
to absorb the dampness. '
When the nights are very cold, it
-Is a good plan to heat the grain very
hot in the oven before feeding, and
always remember to feed early enough
so that they can see to get it.
A hot mash made of Indian meali
and scme kind of small grain, and wet
up with hot water is good for break-.
fast now and then. Feed on long
boards so that all can get their share.
If the hens do not seem to be taking
enou-;h grit supply, put a few handfuls
of it in the mash; a little red pepper,
too, will warm them up.
Remember, the hens are early
risers, and do not keep them waiting
for their breakfast if you want them
to fill the cgg basket. They will re
ray all such courtesy..
PROPER CARE OF HEN'S NEST.
Eggs Shou-ld Be Gathered Often to
Prevent Chilling and Breakage
Keep Fowls Comfortable,
If the weather is cold the eggs
should be gathered several times a
day, so there will be no chance of their
being chilled, as this would injtIre
their keeping qualities.
If gathered often th.:e' Is also less
chance of their being b: oken and the ]
hens learning to eat them. When -The
herns are confined in the house and a
small yard, they are more tikely to
quarrel over the nests and scratch
them out, and If the nest. has several1
eins in it they are then sure to be
As soon as an egg is broken the
hens will eat it, and after a few times
they will have acquired the egg-eating
habit. The only sure cure for this is
Kcep the nest clean and supplied
with plenty of soft straw or hay.
Break up the straw with the hands1
befoire putting in the nest. -The-com
fort of the hens should be considered
ca the nest as well as anywhere else.
Strong H-.n tands Molting.
A strong hea t.ally shows very
I'-tl e.oets <a molting. She does not
IM as rany Mgstrs as a weak one
gl ggsmag-*g not leaye her weak
t* etdknted. -
E~ Mares Are Needed.
No matter how big the .jack may be
he can're. sire large draft mules from
the ordinary run of mares cgmmon on
the majority of farms.
They Don't Know.
Men talk abouxt what they would do
if they had $1,000,000, but nine out of
ten lie about it. If they had $1,000,
CI00 the first thing they would do
would be to lay plans and concoct
schemes for getting two.-Tolede
How To Glive Quinine To Children.
FEBRILINE is the trade-mark name given to an
improved Quinine. It is a TastelesSyrup, pleas
at to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousnes nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur.
pse. Ask for 2-ounce original package. 'he
name FEBRIIE ipe blowa in bottle. 25 cents.
Chances Are Tha~t Escort Didr,'t.
Photographer (taking plaini-looking
girl and her esecrt-"Now, try not to
thirnk of yourselves at all-think of
something pleasant."-L~ondon Opin
!O st8 ACKACHE KIDNIEYS I'JDLi
Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph
enville, Texas, writes: "For
nine (9) years, I suffered with
womanly trouble. I had ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back, etc. It seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardui,
the woman's tonic, and it
helped me right away. The
full treatment aot only helped
me, but it cured me."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui helps women In time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts, unable to
do your household work, on
account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Cardui a
trial. It has helped thousands
-of women -why not you?
Try Cardi. E-7
All persons having demands against
ho Estate of Samuel P. Fairey, will
iresent them duly attested, and those
ndebted will make payment to the un
B. W. DesChamps
C. W. Evans
inewood, S. C.
nvgorating to the Palo and Sickly
re old Standard geneml strenthening tonic,
RvlOVZ'S T1ASTMLES chiliTONIC, drives out
em. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
e estate of Henry B. Cutter deceased
vill present them duly attested aid
hose owing said estate wili make pay
nent to the undersigned qualified ex
cutor of said estate.
ANNIE B CUTTER.
FoR SACtrE KIDNEYS #00OE
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
Delinquent Tax Sale.
Under and by virtue of sundry execu
,ions issued by L. L..-Wells, County
'reasurer, and to me directed,: I will
ifer for sale on Mo'nday, the 7th day of
rune, 1915, at the court house in Man
ing, the following real estate for taxes
A. P. tide, 4 lots and.1 building.
W. F. Stack, 1 lot and 1 building.
A. P. Lide, 72 and .1-2 acres.
W. R. Mcteod, 37 acres and 1 build
D. P. Parson, 89 acres and 2 build
' - Santee.
Cisroe SImmons, 25 acres and 1 buii~d
Annie Jenkins, 1lot and 1 building.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
"Impossible" Is a word only to be,
und In the dictionary of fools.-Na,
Results That Remain.
Are Appreciated by Manning People.
Tousands who suffer from backache
and kidney complaint have tried one
emedy after another, fidding only tem
orary benefit. This is discouraging,
ut there Is one kidney medicine .that
ias earned a reputation for lasting re
ults and there is plenty of proof of its
nerit right here in Manning..
Here is the testimony of one who
ised Doan's Kidney Pills years ago.
ud now makes his testimony even
Mrs. J. Wells Manning, says: "I
uffered from dull, nagging backaches,
>ains across my kidneys, headaches and
lizziness. I used a box of Doan's Kid
iey Pills, procured from iDickson's
)rug Store and found them to be just
vhat I ileeded.. In a very short time I
was relieved of the aches and pains in
ny back and had no 'further trouble
'ror- my kidne.'s." (Statement given
ranuary 30th, 1911.)
Price 50c. at ali dealers. Don't sim
lv ask for a kidney remedy-get
>an's Kidney Pills the same that
rs. Wells had. Fostcr.Milborn
30., Props.Buff, alo, N. Y.
Her Set -All Right.
Ella-"Allow a horrid man to kiss
ine? Never!" Sie!a-"Neither would
[. But, thank goodness, there Isn'.
one among all my male acQuaint
Cor.stipation Cured Overnight.
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax to-night
tnd you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel
novement in the morning. No grip
ig, for Po-DoLax is Podophyllin
'av Appih) without the gripe. Po
Do-Lax corrcts the cause of Constipa
tion h rouszzing the Liver, increasing
the flow of bile. Bile is Nature's anti
se'ptic in the bowels. With proper
imount <f hile, digestion in bowels is
perfet. No gas, no fermentation, no
oustipain. "Don't be sick, nervous,
irritable. Get a bottle of Po-Do-Lax
from your Druggist now and cure your
Spared Listeners and Himself.
For humor, combined with brevity,
It would not be easy to rival the
Fench cleric, who, on the festival of
St. James, was called upon to pro
ncnce a panegyric on the saint. "My
brethren," he said, "twelve months
ago I preached a eulogy on the emi
nent apostle whose festival you cele
brate today. As I doubt not, you were
all very attentive to me, and as I have
not learned anything new of him, I
have nothing to add to what I said at
THE BATTLE OF
[Agricultural and Commercial Press Service]
It Is interesting to watch the forces
of civilization battling for supremacy.
The struggle now going on between the
rubber and the Iron tire promises to
be the liveliest contest of the Twen
The struggle is a silent one and
there are no war correspondents to
write vivid descriptioni of the con
flict but the results are more far
reaching to present- and future gen
erations than the war of Europe.
The rubber tire has been maneuver
Ing for point of attack for several
years and has captured a few unim
portant positions in traflic, but it has
now pitched a decisive battle with
Its Iron competitor by hurling a. mil
lion "jitneys" at the street railways
and the battle Is raging from' ocean
to ocean. Upon the result of the
struggle depends- the future of the
rubber tire. If it Is compelled to re
treat, its doom is sealed, but if it wins
the battle ft will revolutionlie the
transportatiok methods of this nation.
If the rubber tire conquers thd
street traffio its next struggle Is with
the railroads of the country, and then
the greatest battle between economic
forces ever fought out on the face
of this earth Is on, for Iron Is the unV
disputed master In transportation, and
Is fortified behind billions of dollars,
and millions of men.
Stephenson applied the steel tire
to an iron rail In 1814, but it was 1869
before the golden spike was driven
at, Promontory Point, which bound
the country together with bands of
steel. It took the Iron tire fifty-five
years to creep from ocean to ocean,
but the rubber tire while warm from
the creative mind of the inventive
genius sped across the continent like
an arrow shot from the bow of Ulys
sea. The roadbed was already Pre
pared, and therein lies the power of
the rubber tire over that of Iron, for
government builds and maintains the
But iron Is a -stubborn metal and
it has mastered every wheel that
turns; has fought battles with every
element above and beneath the earth
and has never tasted the .wormwood
of defeat, and when rubber hurls Its;
full force against this monarch of
the Mineral Kingdom, It may rebound
to the factory stunned beyond recov
The rubber tire first made its ap
pearance on the bicycle, but it proved
a frivolous servant and was dismissed
for Incompetency. It has alwayrbeen
too much inclined to revel In luxury
to be taken seriously as a utility ma
chine and its reputation is not one to
inspire confidence in heavy traffic
But to those who care to watt into
dreamland, it is enchanting to note
that there will be a marvelous differ
ence between a rubber and an iron
age. The rubber tire will scatter the
cities throughout the valleys for with
transportation at eyery man's door,
why a city? -Itwlltraverse the con
tinent with a net work of Macadam
highways as beautiful as the bot~le
vafd built by Napoleon. It will par
alyze the law making bodies of this
nation for how could the legislatur'es
run'without the railroads to operate
By Peter Radford.
The recent investigation of the
United States Commission of Indus
trial Relations brought together the
extremes of society and has gven the
public an opportunity to view the rep
resentatives of distinct classes, side
by side, and to s'tudy their views in
Capital and labor have always been
glaring at each other over gulfs of
misunderstanding and if the Federal
Industrial Commission attempts to
bridge the chasm, It will render the
public a distinct service..
The farmer has been sitting on the
fence watching capital and labor fight
for many years and incidentally furn
ishing the sinews of war and It Is
quite gratifying to find them talking
with, inistead of about, each other.
When honest men smile and look into
each other's souls, It always makes
the world better and far more satis
factory to the farmer, who In the end,
bears the burden of conflict, than
resolutions, speeches or pamphlets
containing charges and counter
The love for justice makes the
whole world kin. Understanding is an
arbiter far more powerful than the.
mandates of government, for there Is
no authority quIte so commanding as
an honest conscience; there is no de
cree quite so binding as. that of the.
Suprentfe Court of Common Sense and
no sheriff can keep the peace quite so
perfect as Understanding.
We suppose the time will never
come when capital and labor will not
be occasionally blinded by the light
ning flashes of avarice or frightened
by the thunder peals of discontent.
But Understanding is a Prince of
Peace that ever holds out the olive
branch to men who want to do right.
A man's income Is always a sacred
thing for In It arc the hope, ambition
and opportunity of himself, and fam
ily, but there Is nothing In a human
heart quite so divine as- Justice and
Understanding is its handmaiden.
Two Car Loads of Bu
Two Car Loa
10-12-14, ~.D .S
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist 'will refund money ,ItchAZ
-T.. r..pzictioni gives Ease and Rest. 50c.
WHY IS WOMAN
DESTINY OF NATIONS DEPENDS
UPON CONTENTED HOMES.
By W. D. Lewis,
President Texas Farmers' Union.
Why Is woman dissatisfled? Why
does she grow restless under the
crown of womanhood? Why is she
weary of the God-given jewel of moth
erhood? - Is it not a sufficient political
achievement for woman that 'future
rulers nurse at her breast, laugh' in
her arms and kneel at her feet? Can'
ambition leap to more glorious heights
than to sing lullabies to the world's
greatest genuises, chant melodies - to
master minds and rock the cradle of
God pity our country when the hand
shake of the politician is more grati.
fying to woman's heart than thepak
ter of children's feet.
Woman Is Ruler Ovee AIL -
Why does woman chafe under re.
straint of sex? Why revile the hand
of nature? Why discard the 'skirtw. -
that civilization. has clung to sinoer
the f time? Why lay aside
this hallowe arme. ."t, has wiped
the tears of sorrow from the face -f
dhildhood? . In its sacred embrace
every generation has bidden its face
in shame; clinging to its nhotherly
folds, tottering children hive learned
to play hide and seek and from jt
youth learned to reverence. and re
spect womanhood. Can man think of
bistmiother without this consecrated
-Why this Inordinate thirst for po"' <
er? Is not woman all powerfuI? Maa
cmat enter this'world without her
consent, he cinnot remain in peace '~
without her blessing and unless she
sheds tears of regret over his depar
ture, he has lived -in vain. Why thWi,
longing for civic power when-Gd a r
made her ruler over all? Whyscrave
authority when man bows down-anL.
worships her? Man has given wma
his heart, his name and his money
What more does she lwant?
Can man find it in his heart to look
with pride upon the statement thathi.
honorable mother-in-law was one of.
the most powerful political bosses n
the country, that" his dIstinguIshed
grandmother was one of the.- ables
filibusters in the Cenate or that his
mother was a noted warrior and ber
name a teror to the enemy? Whithir
are we drifting and where will
God Save Us From a Hen-Pecked
I follow the plow for a living and
my views may have.in them the smell
of the'soil; my hair is -turning -white
under the frost of many winters and
perhaps I am a little old-fashioned.
but I believethere is more moral in
fluence in the dress of woman. thanin
all the statute books of the land. As
an agency for morality, I wouldngt
give my good- old mother's home
made gowns for all the suffragettes
constitutions and by-laws inthe world.
As a power for purifying,.society, I
wouldn't give one prayer of my-saintly
mother for all the women's votes in -
Christendom. As an agency for good
government, I wouldn't .give the plea
of a mother's heart for righteousness.
for all the oathsof office in the land.
There is more power .in the, smile
of woman than in an act of congress.
There are greater possibilitis for
good government in her famnily of -
laughing children than in the cab
inet of the president. of the United
The destiny of this' nation lies in
the .home and not..In; the legislative
hals. The heaithstone- and the fam
ily Bible will ever rean the .source
of our Inspiration and the Acts of the
Apostles will ever shine brighter than.
the acts of Congress.
This country is law-mad. Why- a4
to a statute book, already givoaning
under Its own weight, the bysterital
cry of woman? If we neirer had ,a
chance to vote again In a lifetime a3|d
did not pass another law in twentp"
five years, we could survive the or
deal, -but without home. civilizatidin
would wither and die.
God save these United State
from becoming a' hen-pecked nat1d ;
help -us keep sissies out of Congress
and forbid that women become atep
fathers to government, is the- prayer
of the farmers of this country. -
A DNVINE COVENANT.
God Almighty- gav.e. Eve to Adab
with the pledge- that she would be hiis
helpmeet and with this order ofco
panionshp, civilization has -towe
to its greatest heights. -In this r~
tionship, God has' blessed woman -and
man has honored her .and after fogr
thousand years 'of progress, .she nK
proposes to provoke God to dec07
man by asking for suffrage, therelb
by amending an agreement to whc
she was aot a party. --
- Woman, remember that the Israelite
scorned a- divinet covenant, and asZ
result .wandered forty years in tl a
wilderness without God. Likewis
man should remember that it Is. a
dangerous thing to debase woman- by
law. Rome tridd lowering womangs
standard and an outraged civilization ~
tore the clothes off the backs of the
human 'm-e atUd tur: 'i them out to
rosm in the world :aked and un
ggies and Surries and
ds of One and
Nagons to be
ut at and
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