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CRAZY NEW EDEN.
Where They Will All Go Naked
THE CO JMN BULfcBS
Of All theOrotitque CultB, Fruin the
Holy Rollers to (he Holy ?iost
ere, tbe Ooldea Ruler?, le by
Far, the Craziest Of
Tbi ru All.
Tho Go!den Itators are a new sro*
. that, had by au uuccutb, Ill-clad,
barefoot maj w.^o B?.yf br'B Adair, ip
making hld way te t^r PACIUO Coast
in searoh of a modem IO lon A young
er man, unkempt and meagerly clad,
with wild eyeis ard strident volet?, P*
with the b:u'l ntt? loudly pr olaiwv
himself as th? ScvVir cf manUnd
Following them ?o th??t wlnoh they
expiot tob?? ?' ip-nd ibwloglu mbH
and honey la a mui.ey Kioup cf mc?,
womer: and ohildnn, footsore, bunpr<
ai. ci tami yon i USMHH d, ?bey deoUre
by the hidden tiros of the II dy G?oat,
In fevmcv of faith, In z:a,l ?>nd ?v
unalterable determination the Culool
Rulers resemble *hu 01 e limo Dowiel
tes ol Z on Cl? j, M ch. In tho aban
^ don ol their rites .hey are Uko tin
Holy U dlers whom, uutll shot by >
iretzlcd brother of tue of his disolp
les, thei*- leader p'urgod Into orgl?i>
that made too band eh g lb'.o for c l
in a State prison. Tho leader of th?
Hjly Udlers la dead. Tho man wlu
killed him ls alBo dead, a buller* fro?
a revolver In the bund of the sl.it*
whom he had avenged tond ii g hirju tu
his death. The sinter ls la prison, am
the widow of the departed,prophet ll
Charged wita being an ncoessoiy ti
the orlme. The liol) Udlers ire soul
ti rod, PL. d most ot UR in aro hid
lng. With th* confusion of bobisoGi
in tbe ranks ol Z a ana tue dill sioi
of tho Holly Rollin there 1??H aviser
this nf w prophet who proposes t(
gather all tho dihit? ced under bb
banner, and found on tho PAOIH*
Coast sn E:'.tn where every one whe
loves Ged and ls of independeni
thought jv.;..y Uve In E e io slmpilcl
rho hoglia ol tb* Golden Ruler
bf gan last month. Tjpy broke cami
Just cut ci Oklahoma Cl', y, Milieu
they hf. ; been ?u&otlsltg theo. E 1 snl(
Mir pde. ..y for V?T? o months, a nu bear'
ed on tl, ir mr.rch tu their iuuur<'
hotr.c. Where that ls tnt] do i:o,
know, but Join. ,S::a: p, or tj ute bl'
eco eulabil cai title, A "a to, a yo tl)."
the Holy Ghost will le \d hem i hiougl
the wilderness and mi kbatspob JV' <C
is to bo their Enen wm un a biw/.
lng toi uh. An nie n welters in ovi*
homa City v.ci\,OL tl".o s.*;.*i.lks O'
peered out. pf tbn Vi|rfioTO8 to watoh
tho depuuure of tho (.winn Ru)
At th^ h*nd rnve^prt *>he tall yaun*
man of uity whuue gnzzieU hair swept
his shoul '.eu '..Lil V IK .C brr.rd s A ey'
his brcat r., fe i thcio aro nu r. ZJIS in
i1'.len. lie wore a wmiu cotton ?but
and brown jeans trousers. Ile vivi.
barefoot and hatless. Beside him
walked a tall youth of lighter hair
and no beard, v/Lwrj bis follones pro
claimed with ever) ore, k ot che svag
on wheels "JMJUS OhrMt, t/.e ?avio
of Mankind." There are io-ty rnor.
womon and Ohlldren in the band. The
men, garbed as their leachs, ..v..i cd.
The women rode, ar-, in hecv? wap
ons, "prairie scl oine H," were tho ba
bies and small children. T>"rtr^ vr*r
seven wagons, for ohlldren aro num
erous h. Eaen, ami the Wn^otiM w*>i.
well flllbu. 'lue warnen, gu vt ur ? n.
flawing robes of while, WUK. mouuta?
on tho lain, hoists that hud ul.v.d thc
temporary Eden which v.as heh ? de
sorted for thc permanent uno. Aa cuo>
marched tniouft h Oitiaiiuiia ciuy unej
"We arc marching on to Canaan."
One Golden Ruler remained behind,
gazed at the prece itali n between pris
on bars. For bo had been detained In
the Oklahoma County Jail to answer
the oharKC of dibturbiug tho peabO o?
the community, lils name was Thomas
Cooper, and he is the only Golden
Ruler for whom Adam hus no'u pin
cur ed ball, when tho Beet's lde&s AUJU'U
oress ana manners con tl joted with the
city ore?t!&nces. Five times ho whom
the magistrate rudely permuted lnoall
. lng John Sharp Instead cf Adam han
appeared to bail out his folle>wo-,H, and
each time he astonished the burrouna
lng C.1UV..H? of Oklahoma by the
amount of money he (xtric eel from
his wallet, his trousor a peoket and
the hem of bis trousers ll o has no
bootleg. But Thoma i Cooper was Ig
nored. lie says the slight was put
upon him because he had questioned
the authority of the moder? Adam.
At the edge o? ibo city, before tue
Golden Run rs ber?ck out upon the
broad trail to California, their leader
mountco tho back seat of a v. ..?.on and
delivered thia farewell addles.
"Farewell, ye ungodly 1 1, who lu
my several selves am Almghty God,
Adam ai.d Elijah, ?ahite and warn
you. Yo are u wlokcc city. I Und
mine part from you without pain. 1
am thc Lord God Almighty, and those
who fullow mc surrender all their
worldly goods, knowing that I will
keep tuc m frem all nairn, and that I
hoing blessed with divine wifid( rn, can
tako much better caro of their worldly
gceids than they. I am Adam, wiro
will establish for these inhabitants of
a new wurld a new Eden. I am Ed
jab, for I shall not ole, but shall dis
appear irom the tai th In a cloud of
"Wego to found a homo for all who
ara opprcbHed because they una their
own think tanks. Wc will establish
a heaven for all those who ure storm
driven by falhe and cru J beliefs in
the r amo of religion. While medita
ting ene evening I saw the blighter
star ol tho night 1er.vc Us pcs?'Jon in
tho sky, and, aKcr oscilla- irn-r for t
few moments, movo toward fie west
and sink below thu horizon. Ti Mn w?n
ene of a series of manifestations \
lmva seen of lute, all of which point
toward the west. 1 do not know where
we lind our Eden, Perhaps wo will
ultimately Join tho Holy Rollers of
"In a vision I hr.v.iseon M e ITolj
Rollors with outstretched btn4s ap
pealing to tho East tor help, They
wait for uri and *e come, but fur u
time wu wm i/cwi> m tooa.uuut....i of
Oolorudo. Gc i Almighty, .vhoal (linen
enters Into mo md sjei-.ks fri m TOV
lips, ' M/; tfp'd '.'?.?.< wo inuM'. ono sit in
Oklahoma. 1 nu not know whoro we
Shall litiany bud 1 fd that il will
be at tonio pun.ti where v>e can soc
the rolling bhh'WBOf the Pac!tlc.
"That will be boon, and from tl at,
moment peace will begin to beUle
uoorj the troubled heart. A1! ti .
world ls h oking toward mo. When 1
???tablish tho htkven of r tr, thc pot pie
.vim iiftvu o*?it M:?1 ?wira oi ?in irooa
their eves will oe rue to me from the
uUeimoat paris o' tho earth. I a r
in tilly way to tho lie ev> rlattlr g,
UKI torre oan bo no salvation except
bri ugh n e.
"When we have reaohed the point
where tho havau or rent '? toba *?.
tabllsbed the RUM will cease to shire,
and there will b au o UTI. ul palo pi"
pie twilight. Tliere will be no Ugh
?ave that of the Holy Spirit, wuiun
will be bright euough and m ro beau
t'ful than tho solar rayn. It will bf?
t?>o light of astarlum whloh ?hull bf?
narmloss to these who are | ur*) ir.
hp rit, but annihilating to thom win
aro sinful or unoioa
Among th': G/Iden Ru'ers are per
tu nu of eduoation, even of excosuio*
ou tlvAtloa and rt Que rr ont, wbik
othors are lill erato. Ono woman,
who ha* boon leuaon d by tho O ilden
Hulera M ir t ha is t ho leader awong
the womon, dominating them by sheer
f j.oo of native iutelllgenoo and ubli
itv, altin u^h Bho oanuot reai ol
write. She ls an ledan half brow'
of thc Cherokee trlbo. M \ry, a h.V.f
ma i woman of Boventy, says that Bhf
was dying of tuberculosis, bur. John
Sharp, or A.tam, had otst ono ?ht
dovll from hor body and oured bur. A
cooper, a uiadoap, Joan ikott b.
! aumc, said ho had onco llvoi at F ?rt
Smith, where ho was a praetc-n;:
physiui3n, but that thero wat) no noni
>f modioiuo ?nd tmrgv.ry whoro Adan
A young man followed the O ?'d io
Rul rs from Austin, Tt.xAs, ana onarg
dd them willi having kidnapped hi
beautiful you.,g Biator. T.to leadei
.vas arvest'd for disturbing the praoo
Again Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, M as lei
Sharp and J ihn Aiken, whom th?
Jold n Rulers ca!l oho eav or of t.i
vorld, were arrested for marohlL(
juked through tue p'lnoipal slret^i
of Oklahoma Adam paid s large fini
..nd huid it waa a small price to pa]
or the pi\ poyaLda cf the coo rellgioi
f th? wor.d <>nn of whnse tenets i
?bo nudeness of h-9 followors.
"lu the now IC len of thu WJSV," h<
f\ld, "we bhch go 'naked and no
ICU timo", lt is p edioted, awal
;he advent of thc Golden Rulers oi
?he P-vo Ila OoaKt.
A rival Adam has already apP"aro
tod been unkindly tr-a< ed ac haM
Irum, ldal,o. John P M mle/, found
ar of the Smotilled Ohuioh of A.lar
ind Ev?, and who ls knov/n aa th
Nu le- Evangelist, appoarod In a rtat
ot naturetu tho streets of Rit-hdrutr
<>roc aiming his belief th?." G d ntv
luioiide? that, men and womou ghoul
-voar clotht g. When he attempts
>o preach on the streets with no p t
lOotloa but tho mantle of night a p
iiof:m:n interrupted hie dlancurso. Ii
.vas sent to the town j\ll, oh rgr
vlth Insanity, and the Commission f>
vhe Iuaane is Investigating bia o md
H )iiio HirrnuoiiH lim. s.
Ono of thc ohlrxs put furth 1
tb&HO who wish to abolish the dlppe
aarj ls thar, lb 1J tho oau'.e of ail tl
devilment that takes place In tl
Stat3 and that when lt la abolish
nu ?viii im serene ai d lovely. Grce
ville count/ vuled out thc d'.spmsa
sometime *.go, but thc oondlbb ns dc
not seem to imptove v>ry rap'.d
there under prohib? Lit n. Thc Gre
ville News last Monday week sa
'judglug furn lae olin Inal oourtj
the municipality i Sunday In ftvei
of thc ohurohea around the city, 1
stead of hoing a day of mom tono
discourses conducive to sound sim
bor, was a day cf hilarious < xoltemei
and In more than ono .ongregatlt
.^ff^hTed together ostensibly for mi
nation and worship, the Evil ?
mido himself .ce ni fe*.b in no una
The Ns - s the* g-es on to sly tb
two colored vip hg were arraigned I
fore tho Mayor on the charge cf Qgl
mg in ohurob during divine services
Sunday befoto. Then one Wlllli
Johnson, also colored, was hauled
or diBiurbit g pub lo worship at .
other chu oh, According tn r.he Nov
Johnson waa under thc li ll icnoo
"blue steel," which we suppose I
pet name for blind tiger whiskey, r.
did m t like the Hermon and und
took to clean up things. Theo. Obi
dler, another colored boc':, was
ported for maliciously shooting int.
p'cnlc at Pl noy M Tarit. It ii si
tbpt after the first shot thc red u
tvblc Theodore had thc Monnt all
..loise)', ail the plenloera having lea
,)orod i IT Lo gel ou? of tho way of I
log bullets Luckily no one was k
td, andas yet tho warllko Theodi
hrs nob been arrested,
Then oame tho R.-v. G W. lUirg
while, sv/ore out a warrant bot
Magistrate S<"radley Sunda? aga?
Prank Watts, white, ohatglng h
with disturbing vw.iab'p, BSSOAJ?I
cursing and using blasphemous li
guage to the gnat annoyance |of
worshippers at a churoh In the Gr??
v Ile suburbs, lu ia .u thai 1
Burgers ls a "n illness" man. RJ
Rev. Mr. Singleton WP.H Cond"??
the services when Watti?, il 1st ?leg
b gan putting in a few words for
Evil One, much to the confusion
tho speaker and to too delight of
mole Im v?tent. Wai/.s has net
lt looks Uko these cases ought tc
enough for one month for u good j
hlbitlon town like Greenville, l u
Hecm.i not. One day last week
yout.g and Innocent ropor.er of
Nows was a'isauUed and ohok6d bo
sendblllty In tho mayor'? otiles t
local contractor on account of cert
headlines that had appen.rsd in
paper. Before tho contractor
tacked tho reporter ho bad u
rouedly abused by the m<?.yor ane
ex-chlof of police, all of whom v
In tho mayor's otlKio together,
these tron?les, we. suppose, w*r? oi
t-d by whiskey that waa bought) f
thc dispensary before lt waa toiert t
as Greonvlllo Is now a prohibit
oounty, and there is no whi&ka? ti
bought t?tere. Put whatever
oause, no ono will deny that Ort
ville has ?orna strenuous times f
Monument to Ni^ro,
Kev. Dr, IMVIH W. Clark, of Ghi
O no, i" ir"V'ng nr. effort t:
?ure auflljlLb? mjnsy to tr<*ot a u
nment over the grave of thc Ir.to
ito pnet, Paul Lawrence Dun
Hov Clark's lasher v.a? ? bUvenoi
nut hr say "rho man #)\o w
Wiien :?'anv.y binga' and '"VTheii
J?rn Pono la ?lot' deserves a nu
Dix Mon Killed?
The parting of a cable on the I;
gb ?trarvAr TTalls In the nort of
're?so, YiCKtan, brought insl
u-atn w> alx mon Thursday. '1
vero tu a bmaw boat alongalde
teamer, wr-'c'.t vnt bi.'k'.g unloai
?hon several tons of boxed maclib
iroko f(Om the holBls and or.
airly on top of the small boato. '
vere rescued unhurt.
By Speculation Take Their Own j
Lives in Virions Ways.
V HASTE TO BB RICH
(las Csused (he Downfall of Many o*
Tr-ose Who Posed as Dofunl.ni
of Ibe National Honor
When Bryan R n
A will o?t speculation, followod or
pr*c.ded either by defalcation or bo
trayal or trust, hos been responsitle
for a startling numhor of Buioides In
Philadelphia among men of affaiis
und prominence iu ibo social world.
The Philadelphia correspondent for
che UMo:tgo R.'oord-Herald says: ''Be
ginning willi the sensatianal failure
of tho i eystone National bank iu
1001 wh?ob ruined mon whoso repu
aw. m; wer; as untarnished as that of
ae pr?sident of the R al Eitate
Trust oi u^iuy, and wniou resulted
u jail for two of them Puiladoiphia
vas had an a ru az og series of Huauoial
.can 'als and bai k wreoks.
Bank dep s tors have lo t millions,
but ibo laigest iurcadB of tho wild
oat linanoiers were made In asplult
ard In (JjnaollcUted LAke Superior,
lu these two compsu ics the publlo
vrgcly lo Philadelphia, dropped uu
arr"; of 8100,000,000. In nearly ev* ry
suioide causeo: by wild oat flnanoo at
Xe mp ti have been made to suppress
oho facts, as In the caso of the preki
d Jt of the Rsa! E.tato Trust oom
pAiiy, whose bulo.oc was kuown to thc
members of his family, the coroner
ind ihe coroner's physician for six
d?ya and was even suppressed by
Pull dr.lphia paporrf.
Unfortunate speculation with mt
,tio t f .ca'ion feature hr ught about
obe S?ii li ll oled d? atti < f Frau kiln Ii
Gov/t n p evident of the Pulladelphlt
and Ro d ng railroad, ar d one of thc
nos?, brilliant and successful lawyers
a 6h* KijScene stato. He shot bim
colt In DsoeuAbcr, Whenan ap
prftl?ai of his eetato was made it was
fouVi that bo had lfft but 1450,000
in personal and real pro, eriy of au es
vale that In bis llfelorao wa? es ImaV
d 1.1 bo worth between S2 ouo,0?0
* ; uo.ooo Ile had brum ii.duo
od to luvest in southern laud?, where,
lt, bi uellovo.1, lie li lTjrod great losses
\V liam M Singerly, proprietor of
?tju P il ade Um la Record, president of
?.i.e. Unestnut Street National bxnk
.cd Ax* Obestaut Streot Trust com
pMiy, ciioc* under circumstances which
pjlniiCd unmlstikably to a aoath self
inflicted. Gyan I ne of po'asslum IA
?elli.ved to have often ?he agent, hui
s>> fa* &s toe records . f be ooroner's
ill if> gu that oause 1? not aaor'b'id
Both b'oks failed, and Slngsriy was
.oimd to havo scoured $8JO. 000 from
>uo of them oa collateral security of
oui) 87? oOO
Tue R cord*Hi raid correspondent
farther SAy?: ".I H'?ph ?. Hitman,
pto.>idtnt of cht Q sk.<?t (Jity N itlonal
ii ink, clsjppsa.KU mysteriously and
for . o layn it was ce ievod he oad baot
tv/Obiid and murdered, Afuer a drive
chriugh Fairmount Pirk,'hts empty
ovrrl'go and lae horse w&s found,
Forty day? after bis disappearance
the decomposed ho ly of the banker
w.iH lound float tr g lu thc Schuylkill
river. His fortune bad boon ljst in
lt. j. min H. Ga'kill, a stook br^k
r, oitccvtod bis frio'Klu and then killet!
Dims If to avoid f ciug thom. II -
was a thief and a turner, but this d.s
uovoiy was not m."kde u'itll after bib
ticatn. Ills forgeries forced tho Olty
Trmt, F l'; Deposit and Surety com
pany into bankruptcy. His methods
were ingenious and ho reaped some
ibing like a million dollars on raised
Robert Adann, Jr., familiarly
known KI 'Bartie' Adams, former min
inter Lo B"'?U, prominent as one of
ibo original explorers of the Yellow
stone region and member ol' oong/ess
(rou Philadelphia, committed suicide j
by shooting in the Metropolitan club,
Washington. Wild-nat speculation was
ilreotly responsible, llb died penni
loffs, )u;v'..;g dissipated a fortuno of
J isiah R. Adams, a prominent
olubman and lawyer, killed Himself in
a hotel. He was nominated for
J ligo of thc sup rlor court. A bitter
.ieta.ck was mudo upon niuo by a Icojl
newspaper. Ha was *o used cf hav
ing eui,apireo wltn another man to
de?rau?i tim publlo by a got- rich quick
scheme in whtob lt was alleged timi
huno reds of parsons were Induocd to
?nvfcSt to their sorrow. Adams made
a. weak denial to tho ohaigeand with
rtrew frrua the tlokot. Tho matter
preyed on bis mind and bo; shot him
John I'Molcl, onoo postmaster of
Philadelphia, a member of tho old
wholesale dry goods la u,e of Young,
Smith, Kiald .% (J.J. , shot, and killed
bimbi If In Fairmount Park wbllo in
i&ris. He c?me from Ireland when
lie was fourteen years old and began
iw or. and hoy In the house bo suose
qusntly controlled. The Arm did a
mg business aud, in addition to
brandies in BMtlmorn, Cioolnnattl,
LndlaiKApdlo and San V anet ceo, oar
ilod ou a banking buslneis in Saxony,
lo never was dr finitely known bow
Mr. Fiold impaired his for ?une, but
??ho general belief was that ls was due
Lo np4c.ilat.lon in reality, which he
unew nobbing about. Tins no affoot
j cl his minti that he developed a
Ascording to tho tamo authority:
'Jumes V. P. Turner, reglitor o?
l'Ha? suttotlos of Philadelphia and a
aw j ar of note, shot himself In Fair
mount Park in April, 11)02. Hs WAS
v m. inlier of the Society of tho Wai
t 1812, and of thc Sons of tin
t.v. .tulon. Ha was known through
tut lor country au a genealogist. Mr
l'un or bad boen induced io invest in
ancia in the west willoh tie believed
io be miiifcral bearing, but wb'ob
turned ont lo be worthioss. lie bo
t&?u? despondent and c'i?.m lo kill
llmsslf rather than begin life ovor
?gain at forty-?even
William G. Ryihermel, a broker cn
faged in wildcat financiering in a
onoorn known as the Popular Bxo&er
.go tmmpany, was found doad in bis
?ed August 1. An autopsy sbowoo
,n Irritant poison. Thc physlolan
ailed ?o attend him refused to glvo a
ortltioato of dcatii from heart dis
ano, although so requested. The mirs
cry cf Ro thor m el s death lias nob
son fully olearod, and until hlsostate
i settled it will not bo known dcllnito
Just what class of securities he dealt
lu or their vtfue, but all indications
are that he had been banning/ collat
eral on which he waa unable to. reftl'zs
and that tho only esoape he Btw waa
tn the grave. \
John S. Hopklu?, ?v??Mr?r of th?
I People's bank abo*- htmsi lt. Bfe got
?waj with ?700,000, whtoh ho lout
on worthies* oollateral to a obno*T
oalled the Guartntors' company, ll i
foisted the uourities off on thejdlreo
tors as of yalue and when exposing
threatened he prepared himself for
'loath and eased his ooneoleooe by
writing a volum'nous latte r of oontrhe
explanation to James MeManeSy pres
ident of the Institution. Then he
went into tbo bathroom of Mu house,
and puvi a bullet into his brain."
APPLK ClDiSK J lo
KIO. ia VD 1 A JOI/r IN T1IL? STATU
OF MA IMO.
?o called Prohib? ion is a Faroe ar d
People Want It Done ? way
The apple older ' j \g" of Maine has
received a severe J lt, says the Wash
ington corespondent of the Charles
ton IA j.'it. Prominent Me ire people in
Washington unhesitatingly express
che bellet that prohibition In that
State ls praotloally doomed and that
another two years will see a governor
and legislature eleotcd who will re
submit tho question of prohibition to
the people, which means, it ls deolar
cd, that something less intoxicating
than apple oidor will got an opportu
nity to be us d
Ti e comparatively ?mall majority
rcooivsd Monday by Governor Cobb
m tho Republican nominees for tho
ojiu.se of lt vreaeatatlvoa ia assorted
a dmany Maloo peoplo in Washington
[Ioho loftily a defeat for the H imbil
byni lu that Slate, Inasneuohas thc
to J rlty bas bonn reduced below any
Kiiu,vn in the P;no Tree State fir
f irby yeera or more And the result
MM brought about by "a strictly looa!
?glid on prohibition, tho R>publl0Qn?
banding "pat" for prohibition,.the
D iinoorata making a ll...'lit alon-/ the
uno to have the question of doln^
\*ay with prohibition agaiu submit
ted to the people. The capture of
practically all tho principal Milne
Ol ties and towns by Damocratio city
tillers weana, it is declared, that
prohibition.will be ignored more than
"The trouble," Raid a leading Maine
tllie bolder lo Wallington, "is thal
prohibition in Maine has grown to bf
a roarlug farce. The ludlorous speo
taolo is presented of the Maine farmer
oelng allowed to soil his hard oidor
villi mt restraint and beer be'ng shu1
out. When lt ls rem?mborc.l that
,iard older contains over 0 per cont of
alcohol, beer only about ?1 percent itu
'uuQor of lt it quickly soowu. Plier*
are tw'cj as many ' Jags" lu a gallon
ot older as lu an equM amount of beer.
The Milne fArmor ls tho man who
's holding prohibition lu that State
now. But for Iii? freedom to Sf ll cl
der he would v ;t? &galuit the pi?gent
laws. The city and town people cf
M sino have demonstrated the.r stiorg
.inircioaiby to the continuation Of pro
hil iv lon."
Pr dil bl Lion has had a precious rx
?stor.ee in Maine for 00 years DUO up
10 a very few years ago nobeef kicked
ouo i ax<ilnat it because ? V - ac
openly viola ed thar-any sort cf drinks
o luid b i obtained almost anywhere.
Then G jvernor Cobb came Into chi vi.
11 - denounced prohibition aa a rear
h g farce, but said he intended to en
force tue law agalnob whiskey selliui;
in eviry ccunty and olty in the State
ll did so with veugeanos, making it
d ill ;ult to get something to dfiuk <x
cepc hard cldir, the 1 j \?n" from whlo'o
Increvjed at a trrmoouou? rate Pub
Ho opinion became arcmod. Governor
Cobb wa* a oindidale for re-eleotion,
sith the dlstlnot understanding thal
ho would continue his p dlcy. While
M Alni gives evlder.ee of trying to get
nd of her prohibition laws, after 60
years trial, a reform wave baa struck
Ah ut HohOOl llookn,
State Superintendant of Kiuoatlon
O B Marilin says the conlraot with
publishers of school booka is to br
atrlo^ly enforced. Teachers are noi
to have Ihair pay warrants approved
uulfcta they nae thc adopted bocke. Ir
wlh he ko hue advantage nf hbo pub
rons lo have this rule atrlctly euforo
cd while the exohange porlod lasts, in
order that al) of the old books may be
taken up. if this ls done, the cn
forcemeat ( f the rule will he easy af
ter the exchange period expires. In a
Utter to tho d it?rent County Supjr
lntenJents of Education ho say? :
"Pioa>e h.t. all of the teaohers, and
pruipactlve teaohers In your oounty
understand that the i ext regular
toaohars' examina? lon will bo on B'ri
day, September 2Ut. Pleaso make
them understand also that no ouo ls
. o be allowed to teaoh In your oounty,
either as principal or assistant, with
out a ocrtllioate properly roglBtcred
?ii your ( Alee, lt ls your duty to re
fuso lo approve par warrants to teach
er* who have no certificates 1 be
lieve your bond would he liable If this
rule la violated, so no one can blame
you for doing your dutv."
J Olin .11 Knight.
In Uiodsath of Col. J lin M. Knight
of Sumter, tho preoa of South Caro
lina baa mat aire* ? loan which will bc
rieoply felt. Col. Knight was edllo"
of tho Sumter Horald, and he made lt
one of the beat weekly newspapers in
the ?tate, lie took pride In his work
because he loved lb. In the making
ol a newspaper he did bli duty, and
ne did lb well. He waa a distinguish
ed member of the Knlgbti of Pythias, i
having succeeded Hon. Geo. S. Mow
er as grand chancellor. He never as
pired to pibllo oflbje, but ho was fur
years chairman of tho Sumter oounty
democracy. Ci 1. Knight had b'ton in
c Itloal health for nome time, but not- J
withstanding tho faot that it was
known that his days wero numbered,
iie went bo bbc meeting of the Press I
Asioolaticn at tho Rle of Palms In i
July, and mingled with his fellow- ,
workers He was 111 during tho moot- i
lng, but lt v?as a satisfaction bo him i
lo grasp tho hands of his old friends, i
and it waa a pleasure to thom. They
knew Mm and they know his worth
and the value of his friendship. We
??tremed lt an honor to number John j
M Knight among our frlorls.
ST lt AN OBJ (hil gs aro al wa*"? happen- f
lng, but here is a olroumutauoe willoh >
but for th* veracity of the press dib (
patohes wouid be hard to believe. ?
John C. Puttier o.' Danville, Va., t
sooured a divorce from his wife and I
marriod a pretty sohool teacher, i
Needing a cook and knowing the good t
qualities of his first wlfo along thlc E
Uno, ho engaged hor sorvioes and she s
baked tho wedding oako, '
AN? TUM I ?tiro ll VA NV WORK
COMMITTJbJD TO IUEM.
They Should ba Appreciated Foro
Than They dre hy Parent*
and the Fublio.
Fathers and mothers have been
urged by the New York American
many times to encourage and devolcp
tho imagination of their children.
Il oently it talked to tho sohool
teachers of the nation about to re
sume the sacred task which this Its
publio placas upon tbem. Toere 1B
no olass of oiV/. ms more iosorvlng of
universal thanks, admiration and
gratitude than tho school teachers.
And any suggestion made to toad ers
should always be prefaoed by sinoere
thanks for good work, great patience,
I Teachers, everything that tho na
ttou ls to bo d-pend H upon your work.
When we pass a Une o coard, we can
not fall to think kindly and reverent
ly of the man who planted the '.rees.
Your school teachers vr* planting % ie
wets of the fu-uro. Kvery man rf
value to humanity In the next genera
tion wilt r?we inspiration to some one
of you. You aro the planters of ?dea?,
you train the mind, you encourage
che childish, hosltutlug intellect, ano
tho oredlt for the ripe fruit will bc
Above all things encourage the im
agination of tho boy and the girl,
llnmember that as the publto school
represents the essential clement of
republican government, HO you a^
the custodians of freedom in tho next
genoratlou and tho political teachers
..f the child above ?ll. Teach tho
ohild to think broadly. Teaoh him
tho part that this country plavB and
that it should play among the nations
of the world.
M^kft htm understand bow much,
lep*)udB upon mcral 0( tirage In the
ci tl zan, Teach bim what irora1
ocu age ls, teach h'm to love llb)
makiug bim a< quainted with the
?reat men whose o def possession lt
lias been. R'momber tlmt ram
spelling and ciphering are t io least
part, of the knowledge that you (.-Ive
to the children. The Important s'udy
for human bdugs is humanity Itself.
I Concentrate yt u- own minds, te?on
ers, ii;) n thc greatness of huDjan
e-osMbilli.lss, upon tho wonderful
future of this race, and then oom
mun.cite to your children the en
thusiasm of your own spirits. Teach
thc ooye ard g'rl--eve.n the youngest
-the great simple truibs of God's
w..n!er'u! power as shown lu this
universe. Toaoh t'-ern lb? place ol
heir earth In the great lieM of sr il
:ug tuns and planets. L ft t cir
m:ius ss high as tim great hCt-enoo of
oosn lc orvallen, anti their aspirations
will equal these cf humanity's great
ion? and d' ugh*era.
lt member, tba'. cs the fruit ls In
the tiny sap lng which you plant In
the ea:th, so the whole fut ire ls lu
'.bo brains, in the tmighiat'.ciis of
thoari cbildieu that sib beforo *ou.
Y urs is a thankless task. Y ur
011 ls the moHt ? Hi -ult that- naen
do. You are expected to have with
.ozens of children the pat io, oh and
tie love that the f'ther aid thc
another sho.v to a lew. The wi rk
chat you rio is u di rps 'd ai d wt at ls
worsa, it i?- not appreciated The
world, perhaps, will ncvt.r real:zs bow
much it owes to >cur patience and
conscientiousness. Hut tl ero ls gl< r>
m all good vo U, and there ts h?opl
ucss io the consciousness of seli-don.ai
ind of eut y co-' e.
Eve y l um.'vn brain c? mr8 Into tb.c
world with unlimited possibilities.
The little dull face, that looks up at
you and that sr ems a'most hopele s
tu Its duh is , may be tho ixe of
acoMier Newton, sti.pld at sohool but
destined through w nWful lr?agln?
tlou to take tie highest runic in
human guulu . Thc work that yeti
have got to clo ls wet rir g on the
nerves, A, d a child aimlas^ly ques
tlonlng, resta ?8.y inquisitive Is no'
always easy to manage after long
bonn of dull routine.
lt member that in each of t! o c
lltttc- beads there isstruggltrg &;:piik
of divine intelligence, There is ar
atc m of th', t thtck'ng force dosiinr-d
to rule tids earth. You have in your
care all that there ls of humanity,
which (.L> its futuro. Ai d y. o kr.ow
that the on ty thing ol value in I bi
world ls the new thought. S . sttn u
late and encourage patiently tnu
restless imagination in which alCLO
origina? thought can Hud birth.
Teach your children above all to
read with imagination. A man truly
great ba;- said that a teacher ls to be
Jodgod ohitrily by the intering' nee and
case with which his pupils eau read.
The human being able to r.ad ab..o
lutely -easily and Intelligently holds
tho key to all kuowledge. The grown
man uses but Utile the technical
teachings of his school days, the atgo
bra, the geography, etc. Hut his en
tire Intellectual growth depends upon
If you teach a child toread easll>
and intelligently, understanding what
ho is reading, y. u have conferred trie
very featest bleating upon that
ohild. TJ tho extent to which dis
crimination is left in }Otir hat.es, we
urge upon you to continue the work
of Gutenberg, and to spread the
teachings of the great writers by
making your class above all a reading
To tho teaohers of the nation the
children are cor fld.ri for another year
Tho story of the good work that I? ti
be done this winter in the thousand*
of sohoolroomn by millions of ohlldren
will he rcllrcbed in evorr aoalavemen?
of the next generation, lo ls to be
hoped that parents will appreciate
tho teachers, oo-operate with tnem,
Indi cate respect for tho teacher lu
It ls t > be hoped that the public as
a whole will show appreciation < f thc
work that the teachers do. Tho
teachers should ht tho most highly
honored public omdals. They should
bo generoubly paid and uocorously
pensioned, and to this end, hi return
for the good work that they do, this
newspaper and otherB will strive per
Gill Dloeon Oniinun.
"Long livo tho social revolution for
and and llborty." Ttiose wore the last
*ord? of ??maid Konoplianlkovo, tho
Mri who assassinated Gan. Min, la^t
nonth, and who was sentenced to
loath by a court martial and hung at
3t. Petersburg on Friday. They wore
ittored as tho rope wa? placed around
1er neck. Sho refused to soo a prloot
irlor to the ex?cution. She mounted
bo sosffold with tlrm steps and would
tot be aided. On a photograph she
ent to her sister sho wrote the words:
'My life was all I had to give. "
BABY LIPS ALONE CAN TIO IA. Till :
The Bereaved Father Holds the Child
Sefore Svpptot Vainly deck
On the Hps cf a two-yoar-old bab;
barge the solution of one of the moat
b' fRtog murder mysteries with wbioh
tho Philadelphia police have been oon
fronted In a generation.
Mrs. Morris K Lavis, the boautl
ful sr d cultured ye ung wlfo of a com
rnoro'al ??aWm*n. was found murder
ed In ber ap<irtmenta, No. 2103 North
Bieyenth street, la;e Wednesday
ulght The body had been thrust
Into a clothes pies>. On tho door ol
bbc death room played a motherless
.'Pig man hurted mamma." he
lisped, when thc hon ! fl jd friends ol
tbo'dead v*nmun f' u id ber and sought
to glean from thc obild some inkling
of i he mmdeer's identity.
The husband, who v/aa in Altoona,
roached Philadelphia this morning
Ju.t in tirro t;> parti; ?pate ina hlgnl)
dramatic police ir qui y.
n rry Somers, wlio ?Iso boarded a
No. 2 03 Eivonth street, bad be^t
troted. L-'wla, who had not ye
looked upon his f'e.d wife. tof>k I? i
baby from the arms - f a big police
man and, walking up to the suspect,
pl p.ded with the Utile one to say
whether be looked liku tho murderer.
''Big niau hurtcd mamma," libpi.?
"ls this the b'g man, cleat? ' waller,
the father, seeming about to sink tc
the ll or.
"Hurted mamma, burtcd mamma,"
chafed tho oh'ld, thrusting bl?
chubb r lt Hie fists into hin fatherV
eyes, and pausir^f in wondormon
when be found tears there.
But no baby finger was stretohed
fcrtb lo aoonsatlon of the suspect. No
word was uttered thftfc cuild be con
stru? fl ?? c.-r demolition of tho mau s<
st*ai> ely on trial.
S tmers was taken bo tho third de
gree cVlam jer, where maintains s
.^ubboru slit nee. Toe police wll
oonfroi ti him with tho baby boy agalr
The Kiev nth st r et bouso, where
the Lc wis fr.mily had lived more than
a mouth, ls of the better sort in it
resp Ota ble ne'gl bornood. It ts run
by "Mes Chrtrlotte Kelly." The
police disco vere i that ber real name
s Mrs. Cleam.re and that Somers i.<
known to a select few as her brother
M Lewis was itlaeked in tab*
bining room, where lier tdiro.tt wtwj
cut with a pair of clr.&ors. Sao was
dragurrd through s-voral rooms and
thrust, standh g, into the clotho-,
T?.ere Rho slowly died, while thc
biby, who had cu pt to the pince
scratched on the d ior of her aeaob
prism, RB though seeking to pierce
the mystery tbs*, lt. contained,
Slum 8 lilU Wtl'O.
A ehoottng 8 ff ?ray took p ace at ar.
early boor b'rid?y night on fm us
ually quiet streets cf Holly Hill.
Pres Johnson, a negro who is wanted
lu (J.ar.'o?ton on a oh ari'A of mordor,
tias heeu sulklt-'g alu ut Holli Hill for
somo time, bis wife, J ii ne Johnson,
residing lr? tovn ard maiu of h's rel
ativ'-s tn thc violntty, Although ho
ad made thr-.ats a; a'nst tho 1. ves ( f
St lur-st four resident" of thc town hr
his been ?hebend by the colored pm
pie, supposedly ids relatives Ho ba
ri q: ml/ ma e threats that he
prout" kill his wife and Friday night
nearly put hi?' threat Into ex-entier.
He ted o'.td her Into a hon e whtre
sne was a ooe ; n^, s'rk ng a ma'.cb,
.brui t lt ino u r face, wt n ui.e ra:,
.'rem bim Hcreamlrg, out ln'.o thc
yar i, bc-, fo'lowi).,!, ai d a mom nt
Ver ? e rhots rang ru - i?o lah! ni
L'fTaot in : fr b ek.c.T^ m., c mp!et<
ly through thc cl ^ Jun above the
hip, the other bullet li dglng In thc
s'corcion. Tue. woun,1P while not
necessarl'y fatal, aro painful uni rc
c very, if she recovers, w d b?? slow
J linson escaped, bul-an bia feet art
In bad ixmdtuon f i m being scalded
roo ntl v, he nant I av J uad assistance
to gf t *v,ay ho qu e.kiy a.?ci complete
?y. It was rum. oed batu rc ay morn
ing tba? a bu*gy ncr? c river wer.:
awaiti: g Johnson and after tho shoot?
lr g be w.-.s driven av tty. A pens'- wy
i.ut se'?robing for him Friday night,
; ut bc cou..; ant be found, A ."."ei
from luis place v.-ae seat lo OhArlest'or
a i summer to the author! tlr-*, tali
lng of til? presence ir. and around ll ^i
ly Hill, but. he has continued h's visits
i?r^, msk'ug m ire or less dis'.urbaner
st each v *it and teing eoreenod hy
friends. Ho ls Ugain a fugitive and
hau with him t,wo guns.
Two Women Wi ro Looked Up in m
The Greenville Nows says the swo
llen of that city about the C. and W.
0. depot was thrown into a ?biri of
xcltemenfc rsosntly when it booatno
noised abroad tliat two women, lt.
bite pHllosa light of a Septcmb ir sun,
were riding through the street astrid*.
Iiu-y housekeepers, worn wi oh
watching pretei vis cooking, lurried
io thc door ; mon wi o had worked all
lay at their trades forgot their ^earl
ness and stepped to ibo f.ont feuo.
Little ohilcren, busy stoning stray
?ats end do^s, gave their victims .
brief respite as, roll.cling tho rurlos
l'y of their mothers, thoy hurried to
mo read to see those Lwo refcimors.
Policemen K Her and Bl?,kely, hear
lng the talk and sceh g Hie women
^omir g fearlessly down the road, with
bbolr feet sticking away on either side,
guiled their helmets resolutely down
iver Ibelr eyes, and soon had tho two
rvomcn under arrest. Tnoy wero tak
?n to tim station Louse, and hiing un
ible to give bend of SIG each apmt
.he night in one of tao colls. One
?ave lier name nv L ///.io Smith ano
.bo other as Mabel HolllcUy.
Ti tu suggestion of tho Southern
[?umber Journal that tbs idle negroes
ie forced to work for prlvato parties
ir elso for tho oounty is a good one.
\otlvo polico oe old easily satisfy
themselves ttiat ail the darklos who
iwarrn to town wt-o at work or not.
The publlo safety demands that they
,vork fir their living and the soonor
municipal authorities get busy about
mis mattor the less trouble, wo wll.
lave enforoslng lt. Wo commend
,iio maltor to the earnest attention
A the muulolpal authorities with
vbom we 0i mo in touch and urge
hem to lose no time in getting busy
ibout tho matter.
18 DITO ii Ayer of the Fir rei.ee Times
las been sent to tho IIcuso of Ho
iresentlal Ivo i from bis oounty. Ile is
i good editor and will make a good
THE SHOCK OF 1663.
When Canad?, New York ?nd Penney!?
vania Wero Shaken Up.
Canada, Now York and Potmsyl- (
vania experienced a terrible shoe's
on Jon. 26, 27 and 28, 1663. ? j
quaint description of the occur
rence, published at tho timo, says:
"The heavens being serene, there
wa? euddoiily hoard a roar like tho
noise of a great lire. Immediately
the buildings wore shaken with
great violence. Doors opened and
shut of themselves with a fearful
clattering. The bells rang without
thoir roues being touched. Cracks
appeared in tho walls of buildings
and floors separated and in some
cases carno down. Chasms appeared
in tho fields, and the hills seemed to
bo in motion. Tho fright of tho
Inhabitants waa shared by tho beasts
and birds, who sent forth fearful
cries, bowlings and bellowings.
"Tho duration of this earthquake
wus very uncommon. Tho first
shock continued half an hour beforo
it was ovor, but it began to abate a
quarter of an hour after it started.
Three other shocks occurred the
eanio day. Tho second day there
was a moro violent shook, which
lasted a long time, and that night
nomo counted no lees than thirty
two shocks, of which many were vio
lent. Tho tremblings of the earth
did not cease till July. Many trees
wore torn up and tho profiles of tho
mountains seemed to be much
changed. Springs and small streams
were dried up. Waters once sweet
beenmo sulphurous and the chan
nels In which river? formerly run
woro so altered os to be unrecogniz
"Halfway between Tadousao and
Quebec two hills woro thrown down
and formed a point of hind which
extended an eighth of a mile into
thc St. Lawrence river. The island
of Aux Coudres became larger tlum
it was before and tho channel of the
river was greatly changed."
How He Thought King? Should Die.
Cramer waa Voltaire's Geneva
publisher. At a rehearsal of ono
of Voltaire's tragedies M. Cramer
was finishing his role, which was to
end with somo dying sentences. Vol
taire, objecting to tlie manner in
which that death scone was played,
criod out in accent* ot soothing
scorn, "Cramer, you lived Uko a
prince during tho four preceding
nets, but at tue fifth you die like a
booksollcr," Tronchin, being pres
ent, could not help in kindness in
terfering. "M. Voltaire/9 said ho
dc pr ecu tingly, "can you expect to
have gentle men to bo at the expense
of dresses and fatigue of getting up
such long parts if you thus upbraid
them ? On the contrary, I think
they nil deserve tho greatest encour
agement nt your hands, and as to
my friend Cramer, I deo larc that, so
far OB I am a judge, he dies with tho
same dignity he lived."
Voltaire raised his head and
glanced defiantly at Tionchin.
''Doctor," he cried, "when you hove
kingi to kill kill them your own
way. Let me kill mine as I please/'
-Notes and Queries.
Whore Sho Had Saan Him.
Dr. Hook, a celebrated Yorkshire j
vicar, afterward dean of Chichester,
was not a handsome man. An old
acquaintance says of him:
"The boy, Walter Farquhar Hook, :
might almost have been described ,
AS ooo of those on whom nature is
said to have tried her 'prentice 1
hand." He was very fond of corn
men Ling on his own ugliness und re
peated with great amusement somo
of tho "left bunded compliments"
ho had received.
On ono occasion the good vicar 1
saw ft little girl looking attentively ]
into his face. ,
"Well, my dear," said he, "I dont i
think you've soon me before." '
"Oh, yes, I havel"
"I saw you tho other day climbing
up a polo and I gave you a bun."
What most people call "deep and
enrncat convictions" on political
and social topics aro generally mud
dle headed medleys of knowledge of
fact and opinion. They know that
such and such a thing it an evil and
they opine that they ses a way to
amend it, und if wisor people point
out to them that tho evil would not
bo so amended or that greater evils
would accrue from the attempt they
only feel that their "convictions
aro affronted and opposed by cold
blooded calculations. This kind of
opinion hi often as oonfident as ac
tual knowledge.-London Qraphio.
An Irishman once met nn Eng
lishman who had an artificial leg.
Being of n sympathetic nature, Pat
inquired the causo of the lost of tho
limb, whereupon the Englishman
said: "A short time ago I discov
ered that there was somo Trish blood
in mr body and that it had settled
In this log, so I had it cut off.**
44 'Tis a pity it didn't sottlo in your
hoad/' carno tho quick retort.
Troy Ti moa._
Hey ward To \usnl.
Oolurohia.'S. C., Sept., 12 1906.
Hon. Martin F. Ansel, G/cenvlllo, S.
Accept my sincero congratulation*
upon tho flattering vote which bat
ru initiated you for G )vernor of Soujb
Carolina. 1 hope your administration
wil1. be most successful in all that per
tains to tho welfare of our State.
D. C. Il KY WA un.
The situation tn Cuba is ssld to bo
?row!ng moro serious. There ar
hon .ant's of aimed 1m urgent
throughout the island, ar d Borre o ?Ino
that tho Palma government is doom
Wc Have Ft
3no 25 llorac powor Tal bott, second lin
y hoon o vorhau lod. This Kngino ?B
\ groat bargain for anyone who is in tl
\Vo aro hoad quarters for anything in
iroiupt ationtion will ho given to all in
Mire. Write us when you are in the n
*> get our prices before placing your c
Columbia Supply Cl?,, . -
Colored Mou Cleared.
The following ha* been Issued by
ho oitizona of Camden; Wo, tho
undersigned, wish to go on record, aa
?oolkvlug that fchd iucendlary; notice"
r?! a pecr*t meeting ot ths eulorel
P 'opU , the t wat- a few days ago found
on tho util u i . f Cftttidia, wes griten
U) by bon o ui&iibiuUb person with evil
lucent; and that those respectable
color td ?H<z iub who?e names wore at
taobed to the same, knew nothing
about th? nutloc, until lt was oalled
to their utifunon by their waite
ft lends. The ?hove was signed by
ho Mayo* of CataGon anti wuuj pro?
Four In One? ><'? ml.y.
Lizzie /. t.rlnin Weldon, daughter
of Mr. Poke Woldon of Herriotts,
Lee OvULity, died at her home Tues?
day, the recuit of a long oase of
?inhold fever. Tue little girl was
only about five y ?sers old and makes
uh? fourth child that Mr. Weldon bal
.oat with this dreadful disease since
May 3 of this year. Tile little girl
*as burled at Spring Hill, where the
other? are all burled. At this time
Mrs. Weldon and also one more of
uioiv childi en are in bed with typhoid
(over, with Mrs. Weldou in a serious
condition. The sympathy of the en?
tire community ls with tho family in
their great timo of trouble.
Al Atm; Oaiuuor?i? Activo.
Cv rus W. Davis, Djmoorablo oan
4ldi^e f > G vernor of Miine in the
recent cit ot!' n, says t ie ejection will
t hoi blighty investigated and lt is
'kely that the investigation will be
curled to 'the bsdlotv Oi the faoe
A the returns Davis had 8,.ooo less
vote ? Mmn hi? R"rub11oan competitor.
Pho Waterville Sentinal says: "The
election is still in doubt. There is
vi i;i prosp*ots that the D^mootats
/.ill not only control the next House
of RaprcsontPtlves, hub on Joint bal
lot in tho Legislature they have a
?orj,oliy and elcot a United States
Senator to sucoocd Frye. Already
lnventlgation of returns show the oleo
tlon of three D^moorstia representa
tive* where Republicans olalmed to
An Atlant? Tragedy.
At Atlanta, Ga , Charles Geismar,
~>f Macen, shot and wounded Mrs. E.
B. l*ev lo the Laid at- hor tome and
them shot and killed himself. Geln
mar went to the home of Mis. Iiey
'ato t hursday night raid demanded
admittance. This was refused and
Friday he rsturrd and began firing.
No cause was 2:1 ven for tho deed.
Tum new State Senate has a major
ity of four for the State Dispensary
and the Houue has a majority of at
least ten on the same side. This insur
es the purlcation cf the dispensary
Yv K congratulate Brother Aull, of
the N?wberry N^o and Herald, on
bis el-, otlon to the l?gislature. He ls
n good, safe oran, and can be depend
ed up> n to dobie duty fair aDd square.
Fountain Pens Por Sale.
Wo have several dozen good Foun
tain Pons for salo, v Guarantcd 14
karat. Prices $1 and *2 etch, postpaid.
Leather; Pockets for two or three pe is
l? cents each. Mall orders solicited.
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SIMS' BOOK STOKE,
Orangeburg. s. O.
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If You Havo a Dlaoaso For Wniob. You
Aro Unablo to Find a Ouro Wrlto Us.
Wo Havo Uoou Romarkably Successful
lu Curing Ooop Seated and Stubborn
If you havo any di oaso of a ohronlo na
tro, 00 matter how nmiy doctors bavo
fulled to ?ure you
or how much other
11 rat nu'i it you have
taken, wo want yo?
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Wt> aro upociallats
with ov?<r il) years
I>.'. M located in At
lanta for nearly 18
ve?rs, where wo
ha e cstahliahed a
reputation for oar
ing our ]?a t i en ta
which wo bol io ve ia
second to nono lu
() ur ht undi III; both
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SUte Med. So., ? ni
iou cnn consult xii with porfeot confidence
IWo do not resort to clap* mp methods to
socoro patient;', but conduct our proetioe
In a at aighforward manner,
ls chronic disease* of both me? and wo
men-auch as Nervous Debility, (nervous
exhaustion, nervous prostration, lost vital
ity, otc., Kidney And Bladder Diseases,
St rid uro, Rheumatism, Varioooele, Catarrh
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Dotson, Htoniach, Bowol, Liver and Heart
Distan?a, Piles, Fistula, Bnlaig'*dPiostatS|
??Hoases peculiar to women, eto,, eto.
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you will not oven lie expected to toko treat
ment. tv? l>o Not Deni In Putout
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are prepared in our own private laboratory
to ault tue condiilona ol each individual
cane, without extra charge. M??ny oasos
curable by our homo treatment plan. Kx
pert opinion of your cuse freo. Wrlto tor
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nd ongino in stock which hes recent
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tho way of machinery supplies, and
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