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Cabinet Members Will Appear Before
Spartanburg Congressman to Ex.
plain Needs of DePartnents.
Washington, Nov. 18.-The first
item that has appeared in Washington
newspapers concerning the approach
ing short session of Congress contains
the. statemcnt, that Representative
Page, of North Cafolina, and Repro
sentative Johnson, of South Carolina,
are busy in preparation of the bills
which their positions as committee
men require them to introduce and
I)ilot through the house.
Mr. Page is a brother or Ambassa
dor Walter It. Page, who represents
the United States at the Court of St.
James. He is a member of the com
mittee on appropriations, and one of
the strong non of the house. He is
not given to high-sounding oratory,
which accomplishes littel more than
the killing of time in congress, but
i. a close student and keen analyst
o! public questions. Mr. Page is
chairman of the subcommittee which
vill prepare the appropriation for the
istrict of Columbia, one of the tim
(ortant items of the annual budget.
Representative Johnson, who is
so to Mr. Page, in many way
g graphically, politically, personally,
a I as to the location on the com
11 tee and in the Office .building of
th house-has already begun work
ou ic legislative, executive and jmdis
cia p1ropriation bill ,which falls to
his t. Secretaries Bryan, McAdoo.
Hou on, Redfleld, Lane, Wilson, Gar
rirson nd Daniels, and Attorney Gle
eral egory and Postmaster General
Burle n will shortly make appear
ance ore Mr. Johnson's committee
to expl ni to him as chairman-most
of tile ier members being absent
the fina ial needs of their depart
ments fo the next fiscal year. Like
w!se, the ecretary of the president
will be g n a hearing as* to the
White Hot needs.
Best Cou Medicine for Children.
"Three ye s ago when I was living
in Pittsburg one of my children had
a hard cold ud coughed dreadfully.
Upon the ad e of a druggist I pur
chased a b e of Chamberlain's
Cough Remed Ind it benefited him at
once. I find it e best cough medicine
for children b use it is pleasant to
take. rhey do t object to taking it,"
writes Mrs. La 'ette Tuck, Homer
City, Pa. Tl'i. emedy contains no
opium or othler relIc, and may be
given to Ia chil s confidently as to
all adult. Sold I all dealers.
st Fe U
d to make th maji
i in every Dep men
- Store chock f of I
rn by giving yo lib,
our share is get enc
: looking for
MADE IS ENEMIES FAMOUS
SWbtoh Reviewers Are Known Now
Chiefly From Poet They
. Mercllessly Abused.
One vivid impression left on the
mind by the revival of the savage at.
tacks by which Keats was assailed in
the Quarterly and Blackwood, is that
criticism has at least become urbane.
Apart fr m the rashly conident con
termpt r what the world now recog
nizes as great poetry, these early nine.
teenth. century reviewers cannot be
forgiven the brutality of their treat.
ment of a young ian whose only of.
fense had been to publish a book of
Fancy a critic nowadays taunting an
author 'with the fact that lie had been
an apothecary, bidding him go "back
to the shop," and at the sane time
protesting that personal feeling to.
wards such a person would be as out
of place as towards vermin. It is dif
flcult to understand how men who
wrote in this strain could be the ac
cepted literary 'censors of any ago.
The fact is that behind this savage
violence and insensibility lurked ra
It was, as Byron recorded, a case of
"English Bards and Scotch Review.
ers." The one thin-g that could not be
forgiven to John Keats was his cock
ncy birth. Yet time has brought in its
revenges. A lmundred years have gone;
and the only claim to remembrance of
these confident Scotch reviewers is
the curious interest that is reflected
on them by the immortal memory of
the poet whom they used so despite
Monstrosity Among Newspapers.
Those who object to the widespread
newspaper may see the apotheosis of
their bete noir in the museum at Aix
la-Chapelle--the only existing copy
of the "Illuminated Quadruple Constel
lation," published in New York in 1859.
Happily this monstrosity did not sur
vive the first issue, tor its pages meas
ure eight and one half feet by six feet
and each contains 13 columns, 48
By way of comparison, it may be
mentioned that the smallest newspa
per in the world is the Mexican El
Telegrama, with pages four inches
OIL SHIP HELD.
P'rize.Court Decidos Against Standard
Oil Steamer Captured by British
New York, .Nov. 21.-Standard Oil
'0m11pa ny ollicials today received froiC
Ih eir agents at iilam1Iilton, Irllmuda,
ailed Coil iitmationl of the report that
I Ilit-ishl prize court had decided
iing days of the last
t. This week and ni
largains from the fr<
eral discount on all 3
ugh to meet our obl
rains and Good
rantage of the <
against the compan in the~ase '
the tanker Leda, which flew the Ger
man flag ahd was captured August k
by the British cruiser Suffold not fai
from New York city.
The Standard Oil company ha(
brought to the attention of the statc
department the case or the Leda, with
the request that the department make
overtures to obtain its release.
The Leda sailed from RIotterdam on
July 23 in ballast for Ilaton Rouge,
OF COURSE FARMER
SHOULD KEEP SHEEP
Profitable Method of Getting Rid
of Weeds Is to Sell Them in
Mutton at 6cggad
(By C. D. LYON.)
Some m1en were looking over a
weedy pasture and one of them said:
"What shall I do with these weeds?"
Quick as a flash his neighbor said:
"Sell 4hem in Imutton[ at 6 cents a
Every man knows his own business
best and can best decide what kind of
stock will pay limn the greatest profit,
but on most farms there is room for
a small flock of sieep and at the end
of the season the 'money the wool and
lambs will bring will be that much
Going back to the first proposition,
that of the weeds that infest our fieJds
it may be said that while growing
sheep entirely u)on weeds, is not
a plan to be advised, they will eat
nearly every weed that grows upon a
farm and will put on good, solid fat
upon stuff that cattle and horses re
The most tractable of all farm stock,
they can be managed with less trou
ble than other stock, all that is re
luired to restrain them being a wire
let fence of the cheapest grade.
The other day I was talking over
'he sheep question with some friends
ind while we did not' agree as to
)reeds, we were unanimously in favor
>f the breed of sheep that will bring
t good heavy shipping lamb with the
leece a secondary consideration.
This is the very season to think of
itartilg a flock as a great many flock
nasters sell off some ewes as soon as
ihearing time is over, and unless a
nan has plenty or means in these days
le will have to start with such ewes
s lie can buy on the market, thor
mghbreds being almost out of the
luesUon for the ordinary farmer.
Fresh Butter Best.
Butter is better when fresh than it
wer will be agaja.
Big Mill End Sale c
ext week the Grand
mnt to the back. M
rour purchases. W,
TURKS FOMENTING REVOLT.
Report Is Spreld That Khedive Is oi
His Way froim Coustantinople t(
Rome, Nov. 21.-News dispatchie.
from Syria and Palesti'n( s1y th(
Turks and Germans are making grea
efforts to atrolse the poimlatioln 01
i0gypt to rebel agalist lIritish au
thority. Tlhie Turks, it is said, al l
spreading the report that the Khe:livv
Is on ils way fromit Constalt;nople t(
EIgypt to coilnand the Pgyptian troops
The Turks also have atnounedt
the advices said, that EIssad Pasha,
the Albanian leder, is waiting for
tie Musselmnan Is in 1Egypt to rise to
put himself at their head.
Let us furn'll ish that Ilenting Stove.
We hav1\e all sizes and our pric' s are
9. M. & .H. II'ILKMES & CO.
.A wards for Cotton JEssays,
Washington, Nov. 21.-Aw-ards ill
the cotton essay pi'ze contest, inlaug
urated a1s a part of tite caipaign to
aid the cottoi' Industry, were In Ieas
ed tonight. Hert Dutton, 15 of tIhv
Mercer Home Industrial school, 11ir
ma ing hamti, received the fir'st prizt
($20), and Abram Robinowtz,. 12,
Blrook lyni, and .1ohn a1ocke G reen,
'I'lTo 0son1, 1a., tie for secold honors,
($10). Jonathan Daniels, 12-year-old
son of the secretary of the navy, antd
Prances Cinciguerra, of New York,
tied for third prize.
We offer lower prices on high grade
sewing Machines thanI you will fid
.. M. & 10. 11. WIK1S & ('0.
Frank ,anes Is DyIng.
Excelsior Springs. Mo., Nov. 21.
Frank Jamles, ouo of the James
brot hers., notorious as highwaymen
shortly after the War Between the
States, was stricken with heart dis
ease .today and was reported dying at
the James home near here. He is
73 years old.
Only a woman can understand the
paralyzing effect of disorders in the
-female orgmism-the misery of it
and its depressing Influence on the
mind. Many women who formerly suf
fered from those ii sorders owe their
present lhealth to DR. SIMMON'S
SQUAW ViNE WViN9. It exercises a
powerful restorativo' influence on the
fiemale generatl\Ivo ssstem, builds uIp a
siloitng bo(y, restoles lealthby regular
ity and promotes cliCerfllI ness ani1(d a
elea' rosy Coiplexionl. iiec $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by all dealers.
ays of F
ays of a' ~t and Fu
Prize Weeks--n-the 1
e are trying to helj
e are giving you ti
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to prIient c
Thero La (xai t o
storo aknyhe ro b1
obtain a bottle of"
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years. Expec a
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b)y Uradlueld Reg,
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cent ury. snd tot r
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4:30 P I--No.'4.
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2:40 P M-No. 52. 1
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