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TREATS ALL ALIKE
lich and Poor Alike Fait in- Line and
are Iteceived In Turn. .
Columbia, March 5.-1Overy occu
palnt of th'e chief executive's ofice Is
always certain to have a great nuim
ber of visiturs but lnowsimper men
who have handlefl the capitol for
years have remarked on the fact that
in the short time that he has occu
lied the otlice Glovernorl Manning has
had pr-olvibly more callers thani any
of his predecsors In a similar length
of tiine. There is scarcely a minute
of the (hay that the ante chamber is,
piot filled with people waiting to see
And le sees them all. The rule
"'next" is followed impartially inl the
governor's olice. A visitor takes his
tirn and the governor impartially fol
lows the rule and no exceptions are
made. If Mr. Farner collies into the
ante chamber at 9:30 o'clock and 'Mr.
]lanker at 9::15 Mr. Farmer gets to
see the governor first because he Is
first inl the ante chamber. And if .1r.
Cotton ,\ill operative calls at 9:25
o'clock ie preceeds Mr. Faimer f*oi' it
:1 tile well understood i'ule that the
first cont is first served. 'i'hat is th
cily lair and e(iitable way and it. islo
the same rule which prevails in a har- It
Ler shop or' other plaes where the
piiblic is accustoinel to call.
(ov. lan inig is essentially a man s
of. tIe people. ills life on the fari a
mind his later life in business has given m
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The Future Men.
A m tcar c-lnd1v wr In Krenl.i.1s .
City tti' to a1 iaS n ti _,or as hi (Ar
raith 41 1Is!t en of th0. !,lky rm .
thaT ci:y: "\\ I)y, th1! ' :n1nir l
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en th - l r i. 'r :n'lt v
chvlr. C.e SHEKI. t CO. v al
ri .1.ve Ahr. (;AKSs itsien
thiey have reiehing to ti". That i
the imp'-ta:.t a' I va. Io the em'
mi nl o i v i ritr'nM r'e'urcd
oft' ne iitoiE ak oft' hitu Ihe hest. pos
Eible uman he 1tin ho imate.
%The ailments from whic
women suffer are many and a
Svaried so far as the symptoms t
indicate, yet they are all de
Spendent upon a disorder In the
Sfemale generative system, and
a remedy that acts on the
Scause of the trouble puts an3
end to all the distressing symp- d
Sto ms as soon as the unnatural3
conditions are removed.
SIs a Medicine for Women E d
ilt acts directly on the female org
am. Quietsinflammation, easesj
Spain, strengthens the nerves, helps e
digestion, tones up the stomach
Sand puts the body in fine vigorous
condition. It transforms a weak,
nervous, ailing woman into onep
Sof sparkling cheerfulness and
vigor. It brIghterns the eye, re- 3a
Svives the spIrits and restores tile
rosy bloom of health to the cheek.
SSold by Drugglats and Dealera
Price $1.00 Per Bottle
C CF.Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS1 MISSOURI t
tin a first hand acquaitance with
11 lines of people and with all pro
.ssions and he is enabled to Judge'
le, true status of affairs when citizens
resent 'problmlis to IiI for settle
lent. tTlero has never been a more
Imlocratic occupant of the clijef ex- I
cutive's, ollice than Richard I. Man- 4
Itng. And he trusts the 'people al
ays believing that a man is honest
iid truthful in his statements until
lIe Opposite Is proven Itiid then ihe is
rith to believe It. Itimate friends of
hie governor have been inpressed by
he great truth which he puts in the
eople and his uiwillhigness to be
leve evil of any lan.
One of the signilicant things to this
orrespondent was the iumber of la- I
oring men who atended the iniaug- j
vation of Gov. Alanning and no nien
ii the thousands who witnessed that
vent displayed more rejoicing thani
hose sturdy- citizens who twore cloth
d In the garments of lioiest. toil, that
lass of citizens who are in reality the
backbone and sinew of the country"
nd it is the welfare and the well be- t
ig of this great class which Gover
or Manning hIs at heart along twith
lie Welfare of all citizens.
There is no great display being
iade about the fact but the present
cecIpani;t of the chief magistrat e's
Meice is daily evideneiig the fact that t
e is a man of the people and that
'hile le Is governor the governor's
Meice Is the people's ollice In every f
Lnse of the world. lie lenmds a ready C
n( sympathetic ear to every troible I
'hiteh is brought to him. This morn- C
ig he Ilid aside tile blisiness of State
ad put the machinery of the gov
'nor's oillee bellild the efforts of a
ither to recover his two boys who
iid ri away 10rom home. Claude
Ad l'arle, the 11 and 8 year old soils a
r J. H1. Brewer of No. 12 Capital 1
ily Mills of Colimbla rail n.way from C
11me. Their father was unable to
leate them aid lie brought his troll
IV to the govenlor. Gov. Maliling
'ardi tle details ad then proinptly
ietat ed a letter to Leit enait Camp
At of tlh(e Charlest on ol101icc asking s
li to look ouit for the two boys t
; it was thought they had gone to
harlestol. I ie also dictated a letter
I Sff I .1. 101more .\Martin asking a
im to lise every effort. to locate the t
>tng follows anmid sendi them back to (
w:1r falher in Coluimbia"l. The boy's Q
rei described as dark comlplexioned
'd wvere waing short pana ts vhen:i
St S'n. It is thugllhlit that t.ev
, in 1 upany with a one-arna-ed boy
Not only the- people. of his ow WI
[a1V hul! s-ore's of visitors I.Froin
Ab(r Statefs (.;Ill oil Gov. .\ iin lg
iis ilor l "'ing a ian11 who is 1kin I g
trip aroll ll till \\' eser 1111 1 i i
here calleI to vgit an viutogra i l1
-I I'fron the g ovrnio H is 1_n;i . i
wvphl lrank .\likuilee and 1..,;;si(
4at his omiii . is inl l iladel i a . 111v '
rried a passport from Secrtiii, ar oC
late \\illiam .1. IBryanl which g a.-m
I Is in-rmission u to visit \\ t In
it's. Cntr' al and o(Iui thl .\ iren. tii',e
iried n a tgr hd letter fri' tl Oein li
riet \\'ilton will alo fhad viied a
ich~ m'ndl and Itlen on sh Iway
>usthand litainedl'Ct the mgaetures ti'it
v. tueyesa nti w'rilliat a lGov.
Sis of i'avrth arlina, le gaid Gov
i'aniny signat tires ofndu Scrir aid
lotesaed fo'th sclof'e ol lect
vas the' lnetioatr which isovro a
) thish countryd andi tak boa and ieyo
ist known wubaend then ionV~ south. me
se thit if epws ao man ie Ip
ad thiet yasad aillutite agbook
A hgstrveo. comes close saod the
al mayiigtre of rullean oe ande
Ionletes of rencntrWIsonlt 18
fYad whiieo ats aron the world.
ledgated his lifeas3 and witate thatup
c ortn thn roat cia wi'h Is Ma
GarofteAsrden ofpEde. H ae
>thos Idntywha o and i saeyo nowden
~on t eicanizn, whokl hakngar
ilr Inw wheiiain then thewspaper mans
skearl him iflh wasve aheGeran.Ioe,
ado ~noing~ tosyatthe gretat
A gvernor craes clset theceb'
allyn lieo hi'ol and aic 'trnn are
loe deepvily~ tefu reste in the wl
Th. Bride's introductiOn.
They had been married only two,
weeks and were going to -spend the'
wening with friends. They were to
neet friends of their friends there. It
ivas expected that there would neces
tarily be a show of dignity when the
bridegroom and the bride arrived. All
)f the company were there and sitting
round looking their sweetest when the
)rldegroom and the bride a'rrived. A
)ride always makes dignity essential.
It happened that the bridegroom was
ho particular friend of the host. The
atter had never maet the bride. She
mas coming into an entirely new cir.
i6. It was expected when the Newly.
wveds arrived that Mr. Newlywed
ivould stammer and blush when he
ntroduced Mrs. Newlywed as his wife.
Zot so for this boy. Ile saputered in
)receded by the dignified bride. Ev.
rybody in the parlor bristled up. But
t wasn't to be a bristling affair at all.
dr. Newlywed simply swept around,
!aught the host by the arm and led
lim before the bride.
"Dave, meet the old lady," he said.
Dignity exit. Everybody laughed
nd got acquainted in a hurry. The
,ood natured Introduction of the host
o the bride loosened up the strings of
oclal stress. The "old lady" found
ierself among friends.-Indiana polls
Noah Has His Own Troubles.
March 17 was celebrated in the mid.
lie ages as the day on which Noah en.
ored the ark. Noah's wife was always
lie typical shrew of the period. In
he Chester cycle when Noah tells her
f the coming flood she sneers at him
or his credulity and abuses him for
Iways bringing bad news. "lIidden
iold her tongue." her abuse only be
omes more stinging. Noah strikes
ier. she 'hits back, and a good set-to
usues till the man retireg to make
he ark. When It is finished she re
uses to enter. "Wife, come in." says
ioah. "Why standest thou there?"
1inally her sons bring her in by force
nd Noqh welcomes her. "Welcome
vife, unto this bote." and for his wel
ome he gets a whacking which makes
Lorde that women be crabbed nyei
And non are moke, I dare well saye.
The Largest Extinct Crater.
The people of Oregon doubt the as
ertion made by a writer on Uawall
hat the extinct crater of Hlalenkala is
y far the largest In the world That
rater Is said to be seven and n half
tiles long by two an(d a third wide
id about 2.000 feet deep. But In Cra
r .nake National park In southern
Oregon. whlch beeatne na tional res
rviat ion in 1902, there is a crnter about
ix miles long by four wide and 1.000
opt deep. The lake within it. which
ens discoveredl in 1853, has a surface
f twenty and one-(lurter square
uiles and a depth of 2,000 feet. Geol
gists say that the extinct volclo, in
he vast era er of wilicl this wonderful
ike lies 6.177 feet ahove sea level, was
t1loillitain more 111:111 10.000 feet high,
erhaiis tie highest. peak onl our west.
rn coast.-Youth's co pni p11 loll.
Demolished His Idols.
Thouigh niot veystrict Iflindis, thle
lurkiuis are very splerstitious. It is
11 record that the beautiful vife o' a
ertain rajah of Nelmul contracted
allpox. The rajah vowed tons or
illk 11d1 1 ter swet lments to the gods
they would cure her. She recovered.
'ut when'l she saw her dislguremient
he kilIled her'sel f. Thle raljah fiell into
imssion, and11 hadl all his gods set up~
II n r'ow 0 outide his walls1.. OpposIte
heml lie rnIged hiis aritilIlery. iilavin~g
hu'sedi thle gods and1( reiIndled thema
f all the mil1k anud sweets lhe had
lyen themt, lhe ordered the gunts to
11en fire. Somte oft thei senior Ollicrs,
orrnl('ed at the sacrilege, rushed
briek ing a way, hbut after a fewv gun
ers~ ''. b eel cut dIown tihe gIims open.
d ih and ,the godls wecre blown to
Conkling and Peyton.
Henry 14. P'eyton was for a long time
xecutlve clerk of the United States
enate, wvhen that body was Demo
raIe. One day In executive session
Lenator Con kllng wvas waking a speech
'eyton thought lhe had an opportunity
'or correcting one of the statements
nade by the senator. He ventured to
nterrupt Mr. Conkling, much to the
ntter's astonishment. Conk ling listen.
*d to what Peyton had to say, and
vhen the executive clerk had finished,
imply said: "If the gentleman from
irlginia has concluded tihe senator
rom New York will proceed."-Argo
it. Only Meaning.
Dncle Roger had been po'ly for some
ine and had tried with alacrity ever'y
ort of pa,tent medicine he could so
An old acquaintance boiled him with:
"Hello, onclel Hlow are you-all now.
"Hlow Is I? W'y, bawss, fo' mos'iy
ix munta a meal's vittles ain't mean
auffin t' me, 'scusin' somepin tub take
nedicine atteri"-J udge.
Polly-Moily seema to realize very
ully the seriousness of getting mar.
led. Dolly-Yes, the poor girn is jutte
bout worried to death. There are
,ixteen girls who want to be her
uridesmaids, and she can't decide whIch
Ight she can best afford to make ene.
Boots and Spur.
During the reign of Charles I, almost
verybody Inl ICniglanld wore boots and
purs, whether he ever mounted a
orse or not.
He is great who is whlat he is fromn
ature anld wvho never reminds us of
* W~hy. the Bluet T~'
E2ery oie. 1oves the' bue sky wt b
its rightness, warmth and s'oftness.
utindreds have written of it In glow
lig terms of praise, while the inartiu
unte millions have felt what they ex.
pressed Who does not love a pair of
blue eyes-laughing blue, eyes, true
blue eyes, tender blue eyes, Irish -blue
eyes? The men who follkw the sea
love her every mood and hue, and yet
'tis her sparkling sapplilre cloak they
would have her don on the happiest
occasions. "It is impossible In our
condition of society not to be some
tlimes at snob," wrote Thatckeray-not
to have a heart that would relish
pumihng a little blue blood along with
the red. But when our thoughts are
dull, depressed and drear,- like an un
kind wintry gray sky,' we- are in the
blues. Why this paradoxical defama.
tion of the color which is associated
with so iany of the fair and pleasing
things of life? if we must vilify a
color there are' yelloi, canaries and
jaundice. There are red devils and dun
ger. Why the blues?-Boston Globe.
Ordinary powder produces smoke
when (ired because of the quantity of
fine particles formed from the break
lng up of tie saltpeter'anud from some
of the charcoal which Is not completely
burned. To get rid of, smoke, so long a
,handlenp In the use of guns, it wes
necessary to produce a substance that
would explode without leaving any
solid residue. This was accomplished
by the Use of A!uneotton or nitrocellu.
lose, from witch the maost satfactory
smokeless powder N uade. The sub
stance Is a chemical compound, not a
mixture lIke gunpowder. and Is made
by treating cotton with a mixture of
nitric and sulphurie acids. When ex
ploded It is all converted Into gases
Burning is not necessary to cause an
exploslon, a mere shock or jar being
suflicent. It ia too violent an explosive
to use in suall arms or In cannon, but
guncotton can be made Into less force
ful forms. suitable for use ii guns, and
most brands of snokeless powder are
made In this way.-Boston Herald.
Japanese Hotel Badenams.
In "Queer Things About Japan"
Douglas Shlen gives a pliture of the
,lapanese hotel bedroom. which still
leaves much' to be desired in comfort
and privacy: "Before dinner is over
you begin to long ror your bed. You
ask to be taken to your bedroom, but
your bedroom Is taken to you. its
n tails and the hed are brought in. The
walls are paper shutters whieh make
a slice of the sitting room your own;
the bed Is a quilt, 'Take up your bed
and walk' Is an everyday occurrecile in
the east, where a bed is a Spread. The
only way a1 European can get any comt'
fort out of a Jlnpaiese hed Is to sleep
oh ia boutt halif at dozen at oice. one on
top of the other. ir you want to wash
you lust (10 it outtsle. The Japanese
u Ill not allow a baIsin of water on
thei4r precious nts."
Pepys' View of Baths.
l'eys' view of hiths---probably rep.
resnitative of his generation--nay be
gailIered froti 11 conl teiptu ious refer
eniee to Iis wire's wihinslent I notion,.
a fter sprling cleaiinlg, or going to it hot
batl iII town to "cleaite lerself." [low
Over. he relected vonisolligly. tle new
passion for cleanliness was not likely
to last. The iden of PI'epys' irench con
tei poara ries oi the samlne sub ject Is
iillustaited in a little book on Chtristin
condutiet, by3 Jea 'tlIini itiste de ha Salle.
"l-or- thle sake of cleanntlliness," ays the
auith or, "It Is well to -u b the face every
maorianag wIthI a whtite towel, ini or-der
to remnove the dlirt. It Is noct advlitable
to wash w"Ith watter. for this exptoses
the faeto the chills of wintter antd the
heats of sataimter.''
An Irlshntnt who had just traveled
fromn Dubllin to (Ghiasgow to 5eekd em-.
ploymnent wvats itnformed that lie hatd a
poor channce of getting n job heeamnse
he was dIisplayinag nmarksc consistent
"You manec thait I've a biack eye, sir,
"Shure, that 's only a ' birth mark
whicha I hav-e. You see, sir, I was corn.
ing from Dubllin oan the boat, anad by a
tnlatake I wenit Into the wrong berth,
aand the fellowv who was there gave me
ColerIdge RevIsed. .
The ancIent mairiner had just uttered
that immortal line about "Water, wa
"That's all very well," came echoing
back over the angry seas, "but the
thirst Is yet to come.".
Whereupon the ancient mariner
rimied, "verse" wIth "curse" and did
other horrIble poetical things-Phls
Nohw H. Won.
First Business Mian-To whatto you
attribute your success? Becond BusI
nesa AMan-To the fact that ? was al
ways first at the office. For'seventeen
years I caught the 8:15 into town.
First Business Man-Ah, I seel All
due to your early training.-Columbia
- Taking Unfair Advantage,
Census Taker-Madam, If you won't
tell me your age I'll- askb the lady next
door and let hear guess at it. Woman-1
Stop; I'll gel the,. family Bible right
a way.-#bhidelphla Ledger.
Legend of the Peppy.
The poppy. so the anctie'nt story goes.
was created to allay her grief by Ceres
wh'ile nearchihig for her beloved daugh.
Correctton d1oa onhi butt encourage
ment does ore. Aboethe.
Don't Lose a Day's Work! If
Bowels Constipated take
You're bilious! Your liver is siig
glsif! You feel lazy, dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head is dull, your
tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach
sour and bowels.constipated. But don't
take salivating calomel. It makes you
sick, you may lose a day's work.
[Caloniel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.,
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's 'when
you feel that awful nausea a'd cramip
if you want to enjoy the nicest,
gentlest liver and -bowel cleansing you
eVer experienced just take a spool u'l
of harmless iDodson's Liver Tone t
night. Your druggist or dealer sells
you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone under my .personal inoncy-bacjt
Why buy ready r
J can tailor a suit to y
money. Quality worl
' Come in and look o,
the newest fabric. A
tomers about my C
pearance of my coats
sets to the neck. My
money back. $12.50
Todd Building ne:
J. WILL H
Always on the Job
, \iss Georgia Mledlock was
wears the gold watch. Now wh~o
Riememiber thec Cracker-E~atil
27th at 3 o'clock.
Evecrythody~ come for a hully
erackers can be eaten in a little
to see the size of .the crackers to
Children, get in your letters
~urday night March 27th, and get
pons which .we shall give you.
can win the first -premium, wvhich
-the Poster at our store.
Our windows twere 'trimmedl b
Music next Saturday by some I
STANDING MONDAY ]
FIRST--Mrs Eva VIeague.
SECOND-Miss May Roper.
THIRD-aliss Lena Roundtr~
FOUR'Til-,Miss Rust Pat j.
Others following closey
.J. C. BUR:
CAS4TOBt OIL 15e3
C'an Now lie Taken
Easily. In Fact, Mapy Can A
DRINK IT (fUT OF' THlE IOTTL14~
Proviled It 18 T1his
Kind. Now Only
I5e A BOTTlE' ino
AND BOWELS GENTLY
Your Liver Is Sluggish or
"Dodson's Liver Tone."
guarantee that each spoonful will
clean -your sluggish liver better than
a dose of nasty calomel and that it
won't maknc you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver
medicine. You'll know it novt morning
because you will wake up feeling fine,
your liver will be working, your head
acho and dizziness gone, your stomach
Will be sweeLand your bowels regular.
You will feel like working; you-ll be
cheerful; full of vigor and ambition.
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely veg
etable, therefore harmless and can
not salivate, Give it to your children.
Mi'llio j-of peolo are using Dodson's
Ivef Tone -instead of dangerous cal
omfiel now. Your druggist will tell you
that the sale of caloniel is almost stop
ped entirely hero.
riade clothing when
our order for same
rer my samples for
sk some of my cus
lothes. See the ap
and how the collar
suits to fit you or
ict door T. D. Lake's
Here to Stay
le best Ilooster' last month and
w-'ill play the Plano?
ig Contest on. Saturday Mlarch
lot of funi. F'ind out how many
time. We want you to come in
oe usedl, andI~ practice, eatIng.
ni the Letter Contest before Sat
the Sack of Candy and fifty cou
Write a good letter, ma'ybe you
is a nice BIble. See the rules on
-' lIss Georgia Medlock and Mrs.
.ooster. Call and see us.
IALLOT BOX COUN4T.
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