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Says Burleson Is "Debauching" Civil
BY UNDUE INTERFERENCE
Craven Alleges Irregularities In Civil
Service Examinations. Charges
Washington, Sept. 19.--Charges of
Chath s I. Galloway, of South Caro
lina, former member of thye Civil Serv
ice ('ommission, that Postmaster Gen
oral Burleson was "debauching" the
civil service system by undue inter
ference in the selection of postmasters
together with insinuations by Herman
W. Craven, of Seattle, Wash., another
former commissioner member, of al
leged irregularities in edvil service
f_ .4,7 i3l iY:
There is a shortag<
and a constant advance
who selects her Fall Su
is indeed showing goo(
secure better selection a
saving in price.
Our Columbia stor<
Mecca of well dressed
South Carolina who al
style, wide choice of seh
courteous attention and
In constant touch v
style centers through o
tions and the monthly t
are usually the first in S
the late fashion modes.
Just at this time a
the purp'lose cf inspectin
apparel displays wvill pi
and profitable; interest
find here South Carolin
attractive showing of a
misses, profitable becau
chase of Fifty Dollars
The Store of Cout
I FOR I
I The T. N. Sm
Itaining about !
located two mi
S. C., on Pub
in two miles c
m and church.
3| For further ir
examinations, were vehemently denied
today by witnesses before the Senate
postoffice subcommittee considering
contested postmaster nominations.
The charges of both former . com
missioners brought spirited replies
'rt m J. C. Koons, first assistant post
n'rster general, and Martin A. Mor
rison, president of the Civil Service
Commission, who asserted that neither
Mr. Burleson nor any other postoffice
department oflicial had attempted to
exert any influence over the commis
sio-l's action in the certilication of
potin sters or that polities in any
wa:- controtlled the comnission.
Says It Is Sham.
Mr. Craven, who appeared before the
committee in connection with a con
test over the postmastership at Moore
head City City, N. C. declared that the
commission's examinations in some in
stances were a "sham." In making
the assertion, he said, he intended it
of good merchandise
in prices. The woman
it, Coat or Dress now
:1 judgment; she will
nd the advantage of a
is fast becoming the
ction, and intellegent.
'ith America's leading
LIr New York connee
rip)s of our buyers, we
outh Carolina to show
trip) to Columbia for
g our Fall and Winter
-ove both interesting
ing because you wvill
laparel for women atnd
se we wvill refund the
'ailr'oadl fare on pur
0or more. Come this
ith Place, con
87 acres, and
les from Alcolu,
f good school
L. SMITH, or
Declares She Found Tanlea Fine
GIVES TIlE l)E'l'AILS
Says This Medicine :lade H1er Feel
"Entirely Well and Strong."
Mrs. (la Anlerson, of 111 Smythe
S:., Greenw~tnni, S. C., dleclanred she
'found TnI 11 to be a vei'y lint nedi
ine for a "teneradly broken down Conl
lit.itn and nervous prostration," in a
stateti It she gaVl fioul t imte ago
in indlorsement of lTaulac. ''I had suf
fered from a general break down and
le'vious troubles o)f a Very aggravated
nature for some t in','" continued Irs.
Andetson, "anl I was so nervous and
irritable I could hardly stand it.
"HIy appetite had left me and I was
very weak. I nunaged to keep go
ing, though, and I dhi ily housework
the best I could under the ('ircumi
stances, but. I never felt doing any
"I finally decided to try Tanlac for
this condition and I took twt bottles.
The Tankae gave me a good appetite
right away and built up my whole
system and restored my strength. I
felt a great. deal better in every way
when the second bottle was gone, and
I quit taking Tanlao. 'T1he" medicine
relieved my nervoustness, and when I
Look the last dose I felt entirely dif
ferent and strong and was t'gain able
4 ido my housework well. I am glad
to praise Tantlac, for I found it to be
be such a fine medicine."
T'antlae, the Mlaster M1ed iin, is sohl
Ty Dickson': Drug Store, Manning;
i. W. Nettles. Jordan; Shaw & llow -
ien. New Z'ien; Farmers' Supply ('t).,
Silver; I). C. Rhame, Sumtn:etion.
for the members of the committee and
tsked that it not be placed in the
"I object to that statement and it
w'ion't be borne out by the facts,' d-.
iared MLr. Koons, jumping to his feet
A similar denial was made by Presi
lent Morri;on to which ('raven an
sweroid that what he said did nt all
1!y toi postmaster eXaminations for
'flice s paying less than $2,400 annu
l ly :.nd athded:
"I don't say it does apply to all
ases above that amount, but oxani
aations can be made a fake when
'ver the Postm astr General wants
hent to be.'
MI. Craven, when pressed for the
reason for his recent resignation, saidC
it. was at the President's request and t
was due to the fact that he would not
e subservient to the Postoflice De
Assistant Postmaster Gen. Koons
old the committee that both Craven
nd Galloway after their resignations
tad been demanded came to iMr Iurle
on and asked that he urge the Pres
dent to withdraw his requests. In
.eply Mr. Burleson told them, he said
hat, he could do nothing for them as
1i0 hadno ii 'onnec~ttioni w'ithi the matter.
Assistant Ptostmtaster Gen Koons,
s well as MrI. Morr'ison aid .Iamers G.
Va~gen, assistant cift i'xa m iner for
hie 'omminission,. denied that there had
>een any irr'egulatri ties in the c'omt
issiont's ac'tioni in eb'Ianging the per
entage by which RI 'T Wde Den)
>eriat, and ai newspper awa
riven the appiloi nm'nt as postmtaster
it Mori'head ('ity', N. ( ., over ('leve
andl Willis, leiepubi lian and saida
'e('xaminaiition hadi shoiwi t bi mis
-ke as madie in thei 6rst Litst
FOlt S80'TII l .\ I1. \
('elmsonu ('elle,~ Sept. '. - ".\ti
icial hatchinig of andi ring i of hick
nts is ptreferable to na turl wv~heni imore
han two hiuimired hikn are rear
di annually,'' is a rue I whc apers
ni the fifth~ edit ion of E'xti'isiotn lulli'
in 16, "'Poiitl (tiCltur ie Fori Stu th
'arlin," whiich has just tome' A thi'
>russ. This robe an the dtil of
irtificial ly pr'odticin hicken ar
miong the new, things c leari1y set forth
ni the ptublication by the atuthotr,
'ratnk G;. I Tare, P'rofe'ssor' tf P outitry
Itusbandlry at Clemtsitn ('illet-e, ini th
ouiirteen pages of tixtr idetin g w i th
Illuostrtations itf the most sittable ini
ublators aind bro'iode'rs fior u41 itn Sout ht
'arol inax are iinilutdeid in this lteLst
iiion oh' the bullet in, sit t ht arty oei
vhou wishes( t hatch cickein thItis fal~
r' wiinter' withouit wait ing for th
or car'ryintg on thei wvork prioptriy. i
Tlhe( ni'ew edlitioni iS rivisedi and0 i'n
irgeid front tihe e'arlie'r ei ionlS, which
avi' been very ptoputla r, an ri n ow a1
itmtplet e se'venity-twot page poul11try
cook, with thoro and upt-to-dlate dii..
tissionts of breeds, hiouses, ina tuiral and
rt.i ti'ial reatring, fi'edis alid feed~ing,
l isease andt parasites ie., with over'
wit dlozen illustrations.
A fi'ee cop~y can bie hail by asking
he Exteunsiton Serv ice, Cle msont C ol
ege, 8. (., for Extension Butlletin 10,
Poultry Culture For Sotnth Carolirma "
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