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Eutered April 28, 1903 at Pickos, 8. C., au sec ()l caIsi matter, %tder act of Cougress of March 8, 1879.
-OL . FPICKS0, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 190' 7 - - _
The effect of Scott'
pale children is magical.
It makes them plump,
It contains Cod Liver 4
and Glycerine, to make fi
and so put together that
by little folk.
ALL DRUGGISTS. SC
SAVED A SCALPING.
A Peculiar Experience In an Indian
Indian warfare has produced
inany weird and unexpected situa
tions, and the mind of the romancer
has created more. But the strangest
of them all will hardly surpass in
novelty an experience which befell
a citizen of Wyoming in the late
Ute uprising. The Indians were
sweeping across northern Wyoming
near the Montana line and were be
ing gradually surrounded by troops
,poured in from several quarters.
The whites were armed for their
own defense, and on several occa
sions conflicts had been narrowly
One morning James J. Calla
han of Arvada went out at day
break with two cow punchers to
cross the range in order to look at
some stock. Suddenly out of the
sagebrush there rose up around
them a dozen Indians, who had
them covered before any .of them
couylIfllraw a weapon.
Witl their hands in the air, the
bree wilite men faced a serious
situation.', "'P'hings looked nitiitv
blue," said Ms~r. Callahan afterward.
"We had mad(1i up our minds that
we were likely. to part with our
As they sat thus the leader of the
Utes approached and When1 he drew
near gave a warwhoop which to
Mr. Callahan's ears had a certain
familiar and civilized twang to it.
It verge-d on a colleo Vell.
"Yah, there, Jinumy Callahan!"
cried the warrior. "What are you
doing'out here? I'm Billy Birds
Bill-1 Birdseye it was sure enough,
although hardly recognizable by his
old Dartsmouth comrade. Son of
Chief KamuwDal, leader of the Ute
similating Ilherood andReg ula
1ing the Stomachs andiBowels of]
ness anidlest.Contains neither
aora &reI' PI/M
sinke. Sak I
A perfect Remedly for Consipa,
ion, Sour Slomach,Diarrhoca
ess andl Loss oF' SLEE.
Fac Simile SignatLure 01'
CT' COPY OF WRA PrER. '
s Emulsion. on thin,
rosy, active, happy.
it, blood and bone,
it is easily digested
a. AND S1.00.
uprising, 11I1ly was ...ively directing
the operation of this party of his
father's scouts and keeping well in
practice to take his father's place iii
case of need. He came riuming for
ward to shake hands with Mr. Cal
lahan, while his followers lowered
their guns and exchanged vonider
ing remarks in their own tongue.
But the.strangest part of the ad
venture was still to come. FIomi a
pocket Billy Birdseye fished out two
slips of pasteboard. They were iiek
ets to the Princeton-Dart iotith
football game, to be played in' New
York a week later.
"Here, Jimmy, take these," he
said. "I was going cast to see the
game myself, but this business hms
come up to prevent. You may as
well go along and see the fun aid
meet the boys again."
Tflhe tickets called for two choice
seats in the front row, center of the
field, and Mr. Callahan, whose hair
had by this time settled firmly into
place, went east the next day to use
Quier pictures must have been
conjured up in his mind as the
"rooters" for Princeton and for
Dartmouth shattered the air with
their college yells.-Youth's Con
A shop)girl entered the car.
Every strap was fullyv ocCIpied.
But was she compelled to stand
on her poor, tired, aching feet all
the way home?
Oh, 'no Three or four men
promptly jammed her up among
them in such a way that she could
not pos;sibly fall down:
Americans are no doubt the po
litest people ii the -world. As for
the French, if you spicak -of them,
they have rio sudi opportunities.
Ifor infants and Children.
'he Kind You Have
A New A
This ib -not a George Ade fa
g slang. It is a Home Aid fable.
Once there was a Geezer, wh
too simall for Cook Stove purpos
Q and Flabbergasted against his T
* he said-strictly - on the Blink
Q hadu't he lived Here since '84 .
* Punky? Sure, Mike!
Look at that town over in. i
Jonah's Gourd. Must be a Jon
but I don't see that we're knocli
sinunons. That's the way this (
One day a Sarcastic Strange
was Knocked from the burg thi
:0otW over Lill this 1um i i ns
that we woul1d tra~de at home11 anw
out So that you could sight it--ol.
Glasses. Bitt you and a 13unch o
'wasited your Substance InI Itioto,
. . mal and let th'e shieriff hiajg, 0
*o front .of somlkjof your Own 'oi
--at.'aur Town-I and then loolc at 'y
Ssen Th~foughts into. his mienial i
Svillage store. t6Ll.Ainex 'a linoc:li
Circles whtichsheli l)ad.bouight fr<
MOfiAL: If you w
.Foy, patronize. h
00 0ee*6e00e 61
Thle popuhar after dinner speaker
rose to respond to a teast. .
.."Gentlemen," ,he-sai'd,."the uxi
expectedly' flatterig manner -i
Which your toastmaster has intro
duced mec this evceinggiremninds mne
of a story which strikes miea be hing
aprpit ote cain.B h
th tr ftePenyvnafre
an h 0n of ebuh o
'0o o? ilths h r a
shl0 o nlc tuo o.
stl0 ign nhs ash a on
-Chic a rbune. 1m ~irne,
Hnae. Left y ouse. ~in
cred hewa yocketn er sniler
Oeingd n e th r sheit xlamed,
"Droptof spoo you soundrel,
an eae the howus!" e lo a
"LeavelC f the ne a!
'scree teit intiate wm'an.
"I ommda," sadtExamp
herahed thela fotter dineper
roet rn-. onButfor I gost I oud.
lie ~t say thatIedidg nnendto
takecl your hous."-Illstrae its.
waSore Nmpisan ofyChae had
the qutory ofureb ppslyi frmherai'
avty it: al a dn imeora ..r.
ble, though it may sling some
>at nromad and out Kindling
e~s. Il(, Whitt'ed against Tinie
>n'. The town was No Good,
, Yes, it was N. G. Why,
md found that the Place was
he next County. Grown like
ahl here. We've grown some,
:ing any particularly Big Per
lazaboo knocked his town.
r floated into the Town that
it had Blossomed like Jonah's
Gourd. lie Heard some
of the Flabbergasting
and Dropped to the sit
"Look here, you," he
remarked to the citizen
who was Handing Out
the Knocks. "What do
you do for this town?
Are you doing your part
to put this Burg on the
Upgrade? What's that
hefty Bunch of litera
ture sticking out of
"That's a Mail Order
Catalogue from Chi.
cago-a town that is a
town." replied the Gee
"So I thought." said
the Impertinent Arriv
al. "Now let me hand
you out a nice little
Wad of common sense.
For the past ten years
you have been sending
your m1onWey to the Chii
cago Mali order houses
ilntearl of spending it
-tmong yotr home rimer
chaits. Whnc t would
have happened to Chi
(.ngo firty years ago if
all the First Settlers
had shipped their Looso
Coin to New York on
W11hy. you'd have to use
a sand dre'dger now to
find the Original Site
or' Cilbago. Now. in the
Burg. from which I
have Just 11lown in we
u's agot We passnd Resolutions
I help our own town to Spread
the map' without using Opera CC
f other folks in this town have
1s Expendituries in Chiengo b~y
it the 'Nothing Doing' sign in
s.mercantile Emporiums. Look
ours. 'What makes the' Differ
Iazaboo-threw' a few well.cho
niakeup Ind wenit down to the
collar in place of the Paper Q
'In Chicago at 'l'wo Bit. a Box.
ant your town to
sAuoulnul.d1s 'Oijs 41o I h a Ot un4u
jno 41% jOS1101 .1j Sui 'O ll. i .1 9)l 1 t
eq L, -n1unl. -11C pa.10.atiul "Sa
-nO .t~ ~~.'iH( ai (I C, .O1luil l) .Io,
C -A. & T O '__ I .".A..
Bears the I Kind You Have Always I80Ui
TIwice in Jeopardy.
An old negro was broughlt before
justie in Mobile. It Seemed. th:
Uncle Mose' hadl fallen foul of n-bumlid(
wh'ilei I'u thle ne(t of entering the lie
hitse of* the dog's owner.
said Ii,luformally. "ldin't I iv'e youl to
days last month i f'or' this samein tingi
Same llhnouse you wIer'e trying to g<
Into. Whai~t hiave yoil got to .s':y f,
Unclee ~MIoe s(''1 tchie. ii b :11.
"Mars'.' Willya. y:V sent mne ier di
chinu gantg It.' ,;-y1' ter steal:h som1
chiekens, d.idni't cc
"Y~es, tiat Cwas im ebag'.
"Ani' don't dhe :w say y ;' hl-t h
ihar'ged tw'ieo w' i' .;..:t' '-'a.. .,
"Ih'ii, sah, yo' dies hiah 1cer let II'. g:
*ihi. Ahm wa'ri aflter' dc xao chiekein
Makos Kidnya and Bladdor Right
tocky Mountain Tea Nuggeti
A Busy Medicine for Busy People,
Brmngs Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
A specifle for Constipation, Indigestion, Live
mdl 1idney tm'onbles. P'imles, E'czema. Impur<
hooh, H ad Iireath. SI ggui JHowels, I Ieudachi
min liackache. Its Roecy Mountain Teaa in Lab
Lt. form, 35 cents a box. Genuine made bi*
iOI,i,tsrTER l~Ui COMPANy, Madison, Wis.
*0O.DEN N UGGETS FOnn SALLO PEOu:.L.I
WHERE HE LIVED.
The Roundabout Way a .Visitor to
Paris Found His Hotel.
A young fellow from thei. north of'
England, tie infortunate possessor
of a rather treacherous memory,
went to spend a holiday in Paris,
says the London Tatler. With a
little difficulty lie sought out a ho
tel, and anxious to make the best of
his time he sallied forth the next
morning to have a look at the boule
vards. Having spent a few hours
there he would return to his quar
ters. But to get to the boulevards
and then get back to the hotel he
soon found were very different
things, for to his great annoyance
he had utterly forgotten the name
of the place where he had taken up
Further, a mere smattering of
French was all he knew, and as
every one he encountered appeared
to have no knowledge of English the
difficulty of explaining himself
seemed insurmountable. At last to
his great joy he stumbled across a
fellow countryman, who after a lit
tle conversation suggested an in
genious escape from his dilemnia.
"By the way," said he, "did you
send to your people in England any
intimation of your safe arrival last
"Of course I did," was the ready
reply. "I wrote to my folks at once,
as 1. promised my father I would."
"Theii don't you think," remark
ed the (uick witted Englishman,
"that. it would be a good idea to wire
home and ask them if thev have re
ceived Your letter to let you know
yoir address in Paris?"
Aburd thlonglh it sveed at firs
it was the only thing to be done, andi
luckily his letter had been written
on hotel paper. He waited paitint
ly in tlue telegraph o001ce tntil he
received the welcome intelligenicey
which sent him on his way rejoic
Tall Ipersons live longer than short
ones, and those born in tespring iave
somiiler constitutoions flun those bomrii
at any other season.
F. r Infants and.Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The True Phone~ic Sp.1lcer.
The child is th o trui pio netic
speller. -.i tie. -lsie had.heon stap
' ing'in a qtuiet woodland la--thlie
d cockney girlie was convalescent
from a severe ililness. 1 r tlters
were full of the joys of y. n ( y life
and reckless spellhing.. "hei lans
and niedoes (she wrote to a
friend in London) is cranoind wiv.
luvly flours. i got bole haiin all
htBootiful Star Annie 3Ioanii.,:.lrimu
hiRoses, Daiseys-and But[Ieor (.up. and
Jhon Quills-o my !" A\ml . t he
adult into whose hands the artless
letter fell wondered if spel ng weree
anot a vastly overrated aic::amiplish:
it rnent !--London Chronicle;..
Origin of American Coffee. A
"Lou!is XIV.," said a coffee importer,
n"was presented by thme magistrates of
.,Amsterdam -with a fine speelmfen of
4 the coffee plant. 'This was nursed care
. ulad sprouts from it were sent to.
Martinique, being committed to the
care of a French naval ofileer nlamled
eDe Clleux. Theli voyage wias rough and
long, thme Suipply of water failed, and
all the young plamits d~Ied for lack of
nouirishinent except one. With this one,
DClx dilvided his seanty allowancmime,
of water and~ arcrivedl at Martiniquo.
|wIth It alive. This little shoot asfter..
wardi~ flourjied andl, it is alleged, be.
camne the tint ihmjl~t f'roum whlih theIi
11gw almo11st I iiiumierabled va riet irs
found oin the A umericani c*ontinenit wero
produiced-"-N.w York P'ress.
Beare the AThe K!nd You lIIge Alwayg Boughnt
Hlow,'' sihe inurniur~ed in palssiOiE5 fC
tones, leaning toward hIm across iltoi
r table; "how can you treat me s' -
shadow crossed his brow. Theol i n hs
frankly, "WVell, I got $25 on miy watchi
today." I1er face was wrenthled Il'
dimples. "Let's have so1m more loh.
ster," she sna .-Clevelami Leadelr.