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A N IMPOSITION LETTER.
The Great Show in Fall Blast-Upper Car
o1ina ShowJDg Up ID Good Style.
Charleston, March, 1902.
Mr. Editor: Soath Carolina day
at the exposition is a thing of the
past. It was a success and will do
much to spread the fame of the Ivory
City throughout the State. The day
was a perfect one and the scene on
the grounds during the day was one
long to be remembered by those who
witnessed it. Their were fair lasses
in blue, soldier boys in gray and ja
veniles in white. The law maker
mingled with the would be law maker;
the ins and the outs met on a com
mon ground, those who weave in the
great mills of the State jostled those
who toil not, no neither do they spin.
The farmer, the artizan, the trades
man and the professional men of the
State all helped to make up the great
heterogeneous throng that crowded
in to the gates of Carolinas great ex
hibit all doing their part to win the
plaudits of the world for the cour
age and enterprise of the State and
city that have fathered, and suc
oeeded in producing an exposition
which has never been equale d by
any city in a State of a like size in
the world. All the world loves a
lover and the people of South Caro
lina plainly showed oni Thursday
that they admire the pluck of their
fellow citizens in pe-ce as well as
they have in the past done homage
to their names in war. Every county
in the Etate was represented, Dr. 0.
B. Mayer and wife, T. H. Hill and
party, Mrs. M. A. Murry, Jas., M.
Steele, T. A. Mou.roe and J. H.
Smith of Newberry, Clark Smith, of
Kinards, J. T. Harris, and John B.
Cleveland, of Spartanbug, Major
Talley of Anderson and a good re
presentation from Greenville, Green
wood and Greers were among those
I noticed on the grounds.
Hon. A. C. Latimer and a party of
fellow congressmen made a careful
and intelligentiinspection of the
-great show. I saw the South Caro
- lina member viewing Liberty bell in
the Philadelphia building. With his
six feet one physique he is pretty
well "up in the world and he re
mrked to two of the stalwart guar
dians of the Sacred relic that some
one had said they were "three of a
kind," a bystander replied that would
* not beat a "full house" but, said one
of the party, it will beat a "McLau
rin high flush."
Mayor Tolley, of Anderson, de
What we Say
*honor or pr<
fit in fooling
pecially the si
-. -faith. Thos,
and getno b
should be wi.
*on such ternf
People who are all rund
- women and children -those i
try Vinol on our guarantee.
people and nursing mothers
hanging-on cough ,or have an
Everything that Is In Vinol Is
package. We know Vinol is a sple2
we have been able to see for ouri
about. Remember that we guaram
money If you are not satisfied.
IT IS NOT FREE MASONRY. YE
Irand Master of Masons Whitehead Draws D
the Distinction of the Mystic shrine re
from the Serious Order.
Editor Evening Post, Sir: Wbat
i the Mystic Shrine? And what are W
A relations to the Masonic Ordler? t
'hese are quebtion3 that are heard
n every side as the time approaches .
or the arrival of the "Caravan" 1s
rhich is to make its "pilgrimago" to Y
he city of Charleston in the near
The A. A. 0. N. M. S. which means
he Ancient Arabic Order of thA No 0
les of the Mystic Shrine, is said to
e founded on the Oriental Society &Q
vhich had for its object the dispens
ng of justice and executing pun- h
shment upon criminals who escaped hi
heir just deserts through the tardi.
ess of the courts. In other words,
t was a sort of vigilance committee ai
n Arabia. The order was instituted 01
a the city of New York by William liq
. Florence, the actor, of "Almighty E
)ollar" fame, who claimed that he p]
ad obtained a knowledge of the 6
eremonies from Dr. Walter M. Flem- hi
ng, a man of some reputation as an h
)riental scholar. In September, 1872, ti
regular Temple was organized in
he city of New York, with thirteeU f
harter members. The growth of fr
he order was rapid and, at the B
)resent time, there are about eighty
>r ninety separate organizations,
alled Temples, in which there is a a
nembership of sixty thousand nobles.
The order as it exists in this coun
ry is purely a social one, it has no
onnection with law, justice or reli
ions toleration, but is designed for
he purpose of promoting convivial
ty and good fellowship. f
The only prerequisite for member- ti
hip is that the applicant must be T
ither a Knight Templar or a Mason
f the 32 degree of the Scottish Rite, h
d here, and here only, does it a
ouch in any way the ancient and
ionorable order of the Masonic Fra
If the members of a military corn
any were to organize a social club
vhich'only the men of that special c<
sompany were permitted to join, the
ocial club, organized for the pur
ose of card playing, golf, baseball A
r theatricals, could not claim that it
as the military company, nor would*
.he military company be in any sense
-esponsible for the acts of the club
while playing cards, golf, baseball or s;
So -with the Mystic Shrine and w
asonry. Many persons are misledb
yy the high sounding titles andb
references to Mystic Orders, and im- fi
gine that the Shrine is the highest ti
legree the very acme and perfection 9
>f Masonic distinction and honor, i
whereas, in fact, it is an associationb
bred for amusement and having k
1 connection with Ancient Craft
asonry which knows nothing of ite ri
~eremonial rites and exercises no c
ontrol over its members.r
It is to be expected that the "pro h~
lane," the uninitiated who has never
earned the beautiful system of mor-t
lity that Masonry inculcates may
~onclde from the absurd, farcical1
arade anid the reference to "hot
ands," "hot air," "sober camels,"
'astute astrologers," "rope ends,"
mud other fantastic and nonsensical
erms, that Masonry is unworthy fhe
ttention of -serious and dignified!
Such, however, is not the case.
[h Shr'ne should not be confounded
vith the Masonic system, as it is
eitber Masonry nor a branch of
dasonry. While it diverts its mem-r
~ers and amuses the gaping crowd*
he grand old order of the Masonic:
~raternity, which has survived the
riticism of centuries of inquiring
ought., survived the hostility of
rowded and mitered heads, grown,
~rander as it has grown older, which
Las secured the fealty of sages, phi.
anthropists and patriots, whbich has
tried the tears of orphanage, hushed
he wail of widowhood, helped the
tranger to friends and the poor to
enefactors will continue to move
orward down the centuries undis
rbed and undismayed by the silly*
iranks and foolish antics of the Mys
Walter M. Whitehead,
Grand Master of Masons in South
Charleston, March 27, 1902.
DIFFICULY WIrH VERUSS.
rublei. that Children Have In Learning
It has t,een truthfully said that ~
gide er oedrn hi is
xide yearn lifea during thei eight
serves to be awarded the medal for
honesty, and there is no use to con
tinue the search for an honest man, he
is found and the mayor of the "Electric
City" is the mau. He quietly came I
out through the turnstile at the
grounds, bought his car ticket and
dropped it in the box at the entrance
and took his seat in the car, city
wards speed the car, but no conduc
tor coming around to collect fares,
the mayor called him to account and
stated that he had neglected to col
lect his fare. Did you not get on at
the Exposition? Yes, sir; but I have
not pai' on the car. "The Knight
of the Bell Cord" dropped the nickle
into his pocket and winked and the
mayor of Anderson was happy. -
The Argyle is a favorite resort
for the up country folks and politi
cians. I notice a group in the ron
tunda the other night composed of
Hon. D. C. Heyward, Railroad Com
mission Wilborn, Hon. D. S. Hen
derson, Solicitor Hilderbrand, Pro
bate Judge H. H. Brunson, Clerk
Smith and Mayor Tolley, of Ander
son. 'All had political aspirations
or prophecies to make save Mr.
Clark Smith who- had a far-away
look as though he was thinking of
the hundreds of fertile acres of New
berry county which produced so
abundantly under his direction.
Wise is the man who can predict
the outcome of the next State elec
tion, but wiser the one who visits the
great Exposition now on in the fair
city by the sea that stands and in
vites all to come and share her
bounteous hospitality and attend the
great exhibits of the wealth of the
nation and State thereby help in the
up lifting and up building of the
fame of Carolina.
Poverty to England.
Late statistical reports contain the
cent of England's 27,000,000 people
are living below the poverty line
that they lack the mere necessaries
of decent and healthful food and
shelter. Might not the billion dol
lars expended in murdering two
African republics have been more
wisely laid out in efforts to remedy
these frightful conditions at home?
Or is it true that foreign wars-wars
of conquest-are usually conducted
to attract attention from home
wrongs ?-Tbe "National Magazine"
IA spinster who is willing but unable to
catch on says that marriage is a failure.
made in good
e who .buy it
enefit from it
t eir money
rsick person |
Ling to try it
wn- have no appetite-pale
rho want to gain flesh-should
It is just the medicine for old
and all persons who have a
y throat and lung disease.
plainly printed on the label of each
did preparation, and In many cases
elves the wonderful results It brings |r
t Vinol and refund the purchase
iars spent in the ward schools.
uring this period the child shows
markable precocity in learning the
other tongue and appears to learn
ro languages as easily as one. He
Il learn a foreign langnage, if
rown among foreigners, better dur
g these first six years than he can
a complete course in school. Tbis
proved by the thousands of six
iar-olds in this city who speak good
uglish, while their parents earnot
eak English at all.
The strenuous effort of these little
ies to acquire a mediuii fr the ex
-essiou of their quaint idt-as, as wel
their desire to speak correctly,
as shown the other day in it conver
tion between a little student and
r mimma. The child had experi
ceed much difficulty in mastering
e various forms of the verb "to be,"
d had been corrected times with
it number by the mother, who be
)ves that the time to teach correct
glish is during the first stages of
.ogress. The child persisted in
ixing her "ams," "weres" and
)eens" to an alarming degree, and
id been corrected until the mother
Ld lost all patience and at last told
Le child that in the future she would
)t answer questions not proi erly
amed, thinking this plan wCuld
ake the child more careful in the
lection of words.
The other day the mother w.., sit
g crochetting a jacket for the baby
A Lucille stood near, wondering
hat her mamma was doing. Fi
ly ber curiosity became so strong
at she said:
"Mamma, what is that going to
The mother, busy connting stitches,
iled to hear the question, and con
nued her count without answering.
he child, thinking she was not! an
vered because she had made another
>rrible blunder, thought awhile and
"Mamma, what is that going to
This the mother heard and simul
neously recal1led the first questidn
the child. Wonidering what would
me next, 9he maintained silence
id the little one stood in perplexity,
rst on one foot, then on the other.
fter s..me weighty thinking, she
"Mamma, what are that going to
No answer and another period of
"Mamma, what am that going to
Still no answer, and tears filled the
iue eyes and the red lips becam'e
ursed with perplexity. The eyes
Iled and ran over, and still the mo
ter sat unmoved, witch a mischiev
s smile lurking in her eyes, wait
ig for further results, and determ
ied to make tip for all this anguish
ya bountiful supply of hugs and
In one supreme eff rt, as though
salizing that this was her last
ance, Lucille burst into a mighty
b and, breaking the bords of self
,straint with which she had bound
rself, screaming out:
"Mamma! W 'bat was that a goin'
Feel your pulse a few minutes.
Is it regular? Are you short of
breath, after slight" exertion
as going up stairs, sweeping,
walking, etc? Do you have
pain in left breast, side or
between shoulder blades, chok
ing sensations, fainting cr
smothering spells, inability to |
lie on left s!Je? If you haveI
any of thw>e symnptoms you
certainly have a weak heart,
and should immediately take ,
Mies Heart Cure
Mr. F. II. Oaks of Jamestow n, N\. Y.,
whose genial face a ppears above, says:
"Excessive u;e of tobacco seriously
affected my heart. I suffered severe
pains about the heart, and in the left
shoulder and side; whil ethiepalpitation
would awaken me fromrmy sleep. I
began taiking Dr. Miles' lleart Cure
and soon found p)ermlanlent relief."
Sold by all Drugdsts.
Dr. Miles cicz! Co., -zit, Ind. '
DCO S ATION.
oss IE OIDIEON I'
SOUSE fi L TORUGIST LIE
SOLDE &L WEEKGSS
AlinFR A. WWFKR
ARE YOU WISEa e
mation there is no remedy to equal IL
and a sure way to trec
Throat in order to k
and insure healthy th
take half a glassfull o
it a teaspoonful of
and with this gargle the throat
Then bathe the outside of the thro
inent and after doing this pour some
around the neck. It is a POSITIVI
25c., 50c. and $1.(
IT MAY BE YOU ;er *N"ei
ean Nueang ,jnmen t and you can
A Free Picture
Any veteran, who contemplates atte
April 22ndi to 25th, will receive a
Robert E. Lee, and a copy of his
framing), if he will send us his nan
and address of the Camp to which hi
Cotton Belt operates its oi
Memphis to Dallas and
g cha ige. These trains les
I Ievening, after theMarival
offering you close connect!
E.W. Li EAUE,GeuerailPassai
OF TRADE AA
Umiting the Primei
Centers ad Kealt
Resorts of the Lout
NORTH, E ASS
High-Class Vestibule Trains
between New Yorvk and W'
CinoinatiU and Florida Pu
New You'k and Florida. eithe:
and *avannash, er vwa'
aupeiew DmiigeCar Service <
Emcellent ?er,dice and Low
bount Jouth Carolina Inte1
WMnter Tourist Tickets to al
Per detasted ?afermstles, Lterat
apply to neareat tchetsagent, er a
*. M. H ARD WICKS
Generad Pasger Agent,
Wsa&kington, D. C.
A .W. HUNT,
' Sw. Paage Agent,
CharIeatoea, 2. C.
MmaNYm S. SOS.
LUE RIDGE RAILROAD J
H. C. BEA'b.TIE, Receiver.
Effecuve's ; - . 1897. - DO
tsetween Anderson and WalhaliR.
11 00 am......Anderson.......Lv 336 pm
r10 40 am.........Denver........Lv 3 56pm
10 1am.........Atun.........Lv 4 05 p Soi
r10 22 am.....Pendleton....Lv 4 14 pin
1r0l 13 am..Cherry's Crossing..Lv4 23~ prr
[0l 07 am..Adams' Crossin..Lv 4 29 pmn F
r9 49 am ......Seneca....... Lv 4 47pmn Lai
19 2am......West Union .....v 11pm N
9 2am ............Walia!1a .........Lv 5I7 pm Prc
M..v. P. M.A A Lt
J R. ANDERSON, Superintendent r'hi
intUons at Seneca ewith SO R R .' II r
Lt u"rAnof with Ro Rni-av e ' I o
CHEDULE IN E1FFECTAl-TER JUYIy 2, t9'.
Daily -- ~xcept sundar. si
avGlenn a pri ags ............ ....... .......a m E
R)>,bucg..................... 9 4;Pn'mdrei
~s0artan burg .........................-0 00 a in
VSparta o burg....................... 3 45~ p ir
Roebuck........................... 4 05 p
.rGlenn Springs..... ....... 45 T
H S Simpson. President
rpeople~ suffer throughior
on't know that for alli -
gj.lcan Mustang Linizment.
t a case of Sore
ill disease germs
roat action is to.
f water put into
at frequent intervals.
t thoroughl with the lini
on a soft cloth anid wrap
K) a bottle.
ien troubled7 with a running
Treat it at once with MexL.
depend upon a speedy cure,
of Gen. Lee
nding the Reunion at Dallas,
landsome picture of General
farewell address (suitable for
e and address, and the name
swill be via Memphis The
ohe Texas cities wIthOl2S
of trains vi alllines, thus
ons and excellent service.
r Aet, A uta,Ga.
se .dTmet Aet, egSishu.
H IG HWDAY
(D TR AVEL.
h and Pleasure
h with the g
r and W EST.
ew Orleans, via Atlat.
Pints via Atlanta and via
via Lynchburg, Danvlle
ichmond, Danville and
s all Through Tvains.
Rates to Charleston ao.
rState and West Indian
[1 Resorts now en salese
are, time tablee, rates, t&.,
W. H. TAYLOE,
Acat. Gen.. Pa... Agent,
J. C. BEAM,
Diatrict Pas.. Ageat,
liantic Coast Line Railroad.
it aoia ACCOUTJT
thCr ln nter-State and Wost Indian
Tickets on sale at following rates:
rmC:ess A Class B Class C
re s .., $9.f0 $6.75 *I.60
ton S. C., 8.75 6.4*) 4.4)
wbe ry, M. C., 7.75 5.70 ?.90
sperity, S. ('. ~.4.5 .15 3.75
le Moun t .in, S. C., 7.I0 5.'20 '4.5'*
pin S. C., 6.8 5.05 3. '5
o, S. C., - 6 4.65 '.
ass A tickets s. Id daily to May .3 st con
os assaige finat limit June 'd 19''2.
as B tickets sohd daily to~ May .3 st con
ous ..s ,ce fins.l limi t 0I days in adil
1 t10 d Ie of sac4.
as C tick 't sold Tu.esdas and 'Th urs 'ny
ach v ek I" May ..9th. e ,nti u us pmsage
I ;imit sere . iays in additltin to dlite cf
>r schedule and further inforrration ad
,s E. C&VEN 'UGH Agent.
Newberry, S. C.
J. F. LIVI NGSTON. Sol'I A g't,
Coluirbia S. C.
. E MERSON, H. M. EMERSON,
Feac Mana~ei. acn. Pnan Agent
to the acre at less cost, means
in the Cotton fertilizer improves. the
soil; increases yield-larger profits.
Send for our book (free) explaing how to
get these results.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
DOUBLE LA!LY SERVICE
ita City Ronte."
SihoztA"t line between all pri,'aipai cittes
N ri h, l'ast south and Wero.
-ewulile in effect Dec. 1, i401.
Ci Ptral Ti rA. Local At
. Daily. Daily. ltnta to -
40!:lh '0n !;o 'qse,:4 ClI. t n .
Lv +Lvn ab... !V pm ! 51 PTU
F:ir- A x ............ 1 04 atn 3 4 p i
Denma k ........ 1 0 amn 4: pi
C- 'n ia ...... 4 0 an- 7 15 mr.
Ca:: dea ............ 5087mt 8w00 pin
(leraw ..... ..... 6 39 am 9 40 ,m
kr [Ha..iet ...... 7 0s am 1) 16 oen 6a. 52
Lv Ca boun als 0') am 4 21 pm j2Sii
a bbnvi!le ...... i am 4 51 m 1257pm
(4-e.-nw,4 1 66 am . I9 pn 1.2 rm
Ciinton........ .. 2 e am 6 08 pm 215im
Carljrle ............ 43 Xam 6 M pm
Che.ster....... .... 401a w 7 2 1 pm
Oatawb.i Jct.... 4 3" am 7 fi pvn
Ar Hafnlet.. . 7 00 a 10 Ii IIpm
Lv Hamlet ........ .. 725 am 10 41 pm
Ar Ra-eigh............!1: 15 am 130 am
j Petersburg. 2 26 pm 5 54 aun
-RiVhv ond....... 306pm 60nam
Washington ... 6 81, pm 10 10 an,.
BaltimnrA .....1125 pa 1126 am
Philadelphia.... 2 56 am 136pm
NVw York...... 6 30 am 4 16 pruI
P>tsriouth-Norf'k 5 2i pw 7 1.5 am
Southbound. Daily. Daily.
Lv Cheraw...... ..... 7 Il am 11 06 pm
Carrden .......... 8 31 am T2 53 am
Columbia......... S 40am am
De an- ark.... 9 52 am 2 17a
Fairfax ..........10 .0 am267
ArSayannah ......1205pm 44am
Jcksonvill ... 3 f.0 pm 9 05 am
Easter 2 Tme Lom a
Cliuton 1106am2 57 am 24p
~~reenood.II!~. 4 343am 1iI
Abb *vile.1221 p 40am 47p
Tampu? a......... 5) (. a 40.$a pm
Avria wh.......221p7 m 13 -am Cl9tp t
r uete ......... leai5 am 2mb85 amnAolanta
Carlislt .........m >am 2o 00c am fiNon
lton .......A 06aila. 2o 5 affo45ipm
'Ghree nood......t r2ute by4 severa hour pm "
to Atanta C.......o.a, Nashv8lL0 St Lou0is,
Chocug.biad allbpoint Wndt.arnRily
traigNon 5PoravinuCoubia.fol CUbiona
ta aon, t oamonalF,ea co:etata itn
divehgisi Al Rila. es5.frdn
,horniesicant 'ucestrue byseearrys
ttlantabChatanoeplga asvblet.ee Ls
Clse 1o. n-cioa at00 ierboorg.r Richod,
ton, Vb. C.
For reduced rates, Pullman reservations,
e e,, apply to
W.P. Scruggs, T. P A.,
.J. Mi. Barr, Ist V. P, & G. M.
R4. E. L. Bunch. G. P. A. Portsmouuth.Va.
C01'tan1 18d Wcstc1rn Carl'lia Rn 9
Augusta and Ashevillo Short LIne
S8e.dule In Bifeet Dec. 29, 1941.
Leave Augusta.............O 05am m-p
&rrive Greenwood...........12 33 p in
Laur ens..............140 pm 100a
Waterloo (H. 8.)... 1 12pm -
Gieenvlle.......12 2pm 9 am
Glehn Springs...... 445pm ...
Sprtnur......3 30p m
8aluda. ............. 08p m
- enders<mville..... 6 03 pm m ...
Asheville... .....7 15 pin
r.eave AsheviHle........7 05p m -.. ......
Spartanburg .........12 S5a m 3 30 pmi
Greenville ........1 22p m I 4
Laurens............20 ap m 6 30 p a
Arrive Waterloo (H. 8,),.. 2 S3 p in .............
- Greenwood........3071p 745 pm
Leave A nderson .....,............. 7 %a m
August a...........540 pn I 115a m- 3
Leae Augusta............................,. 46
-Allendale..... . .... . 6 ....
Yea:s ... .......10 2%
Port Roya! .........100pam 6 a
Beaurot...... 1140p - 5 pma
A Favrax..a....................... 88a
Port Roal......... 1 00 pm a
B.ie Auost..............11100 am
Ye ~prnassee w.......t.e... Rat 55 pro
Arrve ugu ta...................... . (1 s.a
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enr and Greenvile. R C.
Nes 58 aend .'9 carr: Through Coach be
tween Char'esten and Colu:nbla.
H M. EMERE ON, Gen.j P r t.
J. R. KENLY, T. M. .
Gen'l. ManaL er Trame Manager,