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King Island, between the coaIsts
Tasmania and the Australlia linau
land, has always, b~een anlarl wvastke <
sand aIlnd other noliirable soll. Somi
ya1r 1ago, hiowever't, a vessel .1
Vrecked on tle! island and a nIIutI
')f tile Sallors' Ititresses, stuffel wit
the Yellow tlowered Clover, a kInd c
grass, were wraslieti ashore. A certiki
<iuantity or seed wias containetd amon
tile' stuling and il (1110 course thes
took root, and In the spice of at fe
years covereld the sundy stretches wIt]
rich verdtire. Clover aid other legu
ni11111os plants have the peculiar calnet
fty of fertllizlig a waste soll, owin;
prin cipl Ily to the action of bacteria
Ihereby entihiig the plan1s to dran
nlitroge-'n directlyv from (the at~mosphlere.
King ishind, previously a wtiwle stretell
Of satia, is 11w onme of the rhbest graz.
h. listriels In the Australian conti
To 31others iii TI' I'Town,
Childnrn wiho are delicite. feverish
and cros will get iminmdiate riief friom
Mother Gray's Swreet Powdeis for chil
dren. 'T'le cleais t Ite stomn:[ch, act on
the hlver, m'aking". a sickly child sitrong
and healthy. A certain eire for worms.
dsl liv ill' 41rtigiss, :ic saimle Free.
Ad dressAllen 8. Olmsled, LebRi N. Y.
Russia's National Anthem.
Ru iissia's presenttional ait-hem Is
prolbailly the tonly one that was ever
ah)dopted as the resilIt of an11 opent com
litionil. The imusical coinmitive ap
po11inted to do lt, fIrst rough"l wvork of
'',se in rieted tll t iantes sent:
inl except tiwo, the respective merit.. of
whilh were left. for the empeor hImI,
self to ltieterinie. One was i I linka.
the reniowied comniposer of "Lif' lor
te Car." heI'l other wsit by Lvolf.
flinka's hynwas toogl is
:-hin inl thrtet'i d inl ile form of n
inntreh. Lvtift's was iiort soleImnit, hat
iniuch less ori:inal. Ite knew. how
over, that a highly millIary sty of In
sltrm1teitation vouhi ailpe:l to the tim
erial etar, and hits drin-.s d (truin
pets deelded Nicliolas In fia vol. of it.
'""Serub yourselt daily, and You're o1101
leain ini .ile. Cloan insile titats clean
hstomilach, bowels, bliot, h vrelean,
healthy tis'lne in! everv orer-'n. \lwal:
Take llolliltqr's Rocky Al'imiut Teal.
35, Tet or T['tblets.
How Viagner Wrote His Operas.
Wagniver cnrrhd :1:1 ioon'ra in hiIs mInd
for years befire nh b'g n to set it
(owl oil Jipper. 'li worik onice liegun
howevver, It was perforiied WI iIght
ninglike Spetd. Even vhien aln old
in1:11 lie wrote down the score for One
cif ih l"amt1ou1s toperas witli snehti rapid.
tV t ha t tWo tr d lanu iienses werc
inuitble to keep up with him1. So tib
Morbed lit his writin did ti Wtgnor h)e
colie that in his thirography were ex
J)ressedl thlie dhiffelren t ('1m otions of th<
personages of the opera portrayed1 b)
if yout havo kidney and bladder troub
I(r anel dlo nlot ul.;( IFoloy's Kidnaov Unlrn
yo%it wil have only yoni.rslf t I biam.' for
re4'Sutts, as it positively ei nros ill forms of
i dnev and Iluid-rn dLi.ieatst.
The Marginal Note.
At a recet stilt' et' old hooks andi
gamlt emen.o is e'syecIalIly valiIuabl 'e, as It
Ui ritiml 'if Jeli I)rydent. F"Ive ponili s
:.'fered. Gjtint -going--gonet. It is
)en""s sir." 'The autogrnphi martginal
fee~i Iws: '"Thiis hook Is not we nh the
Ed with dits' tof mty kidne'y.s," writot
ti thle timle. I e sonuted thle v'ery tbes
i''meda .skit i avati1:11b 0, butt coul d get nto
rief unhii Poleydtv's K itdnsy Curo wit
J(<' 'umendiiied to meo. It hats het nx a Gaod
5.-en' to ime."'
liTh e wordI i' Iver' spe!t!s thei( san Ii
ma-kwardt ei or forwttrdl " sa id thle teauch
Th' stri'ous I'ioy st'owhls'd til frm hhtli
'lii t' class wvorkied oin in silenc .
I J )met Notes.
iteid by all whoi usce Chla:n bierniun'
tomal1"h and Liver 'Tablti' m~ nd tI
hmalthy tconditiont of the boidy' in] mitt
wh'1ich they er'tntt nikt'i o' f, el joyfutl
Pritce, 25' tuoits. Siamiple fite at, Piek
M~ansfield and the Drum.
In addhItioi to hits other tiet Ivith
1tlehardt Manis~'hl was at oneo tIme
reIpter. lIe id all atond wortk ont
&ity roomt gradtettid to the desk<
one of hIs critletismts senms to havea
tracted not Ice, andi that was been'it
he devotedl the majttor patrt of It to 11
work of the bauss dirumt. Ie readilt
baiss drummer a long lecture on I
Ignorance of the dlynatmle vant ill
capabIlItIes of that htstruiment. T1
Iien of crlttlsing the bass drum ma
the professlonatls smIle, but Manstk~
manIntaIned that it wvas but natni
that lie, the son or a musIcian hhinse
should be acute to defects that oth
'eritics ignore.-Washington Hlerald.
Tijere is an immense garden lin Chir
)f that enlhl4ces an area of 50.009 squai
1. Miles. It is all ileadow laind aud
if filled with lakes, pon(1s and eanals.
: A Poet's Trials.
a The poet Rogers was rather unforti
r nate iI lils servints, one of whom wi
I had been a long time in his servic
f suidely died. A kind hearted mau
t called to con(ole with Itogers on l;
D "Well," sid Rogers after listeil;
v for 'some tIme, "I don't know that
I feel his loss so very auch after all
- For the first seven! y !rs he was ti
- most obligIng servtf14 l, for the nex
SevenI years le was nntl agreeable con
ptnion, for the last seven years hi
was .1 tyrnil master.
On onle ovcnsloiu hI.4 fIvorite gromn
wAItl whom lie rode every (lly gave lo
tiee to leave. Rogers asked hill Inll
reatson. "Nothing" repliell the man
"hut you are o (ull] lin the buggy."
A coldi is much more teasily
sh en ti., hiowels 1ae openeld. K.nned '
bi xative Honeoy mwd Tart opens th b,(.w
11-111 dnti IVA th 1Wol0d out Of Ih swon-I
11 yoIlng or old. 6oh by P.'ickens DO u
If ai mini could jap al far in pro.
portion to his si~ze tillui w eight as a tlva,
he eoub.l rat :t--i.( n:Ip pass from St.
Louis to Clmc-ngo.
3en I'aPR SixtY inl. Piuager.
TVore than half (if imnlkii d over sixty
yens of ag i. r . roci kidnev iul
h.ohler disorders. 1y11:11V enlargm
of thlt ern)stalte glandk *This is ha-th,
ainf-l al hligerous, and Fooy's Kid
ney Ci' o shovld ln t- kit at thil li -I
xi gni of thiniger, as1 it (1rreet idSIrre'gnbo:zt
ic's ndl Imst .uired !edlty 'dii Pi'n of h
dI ik . Mr. Rod!).iv it. ett, voei p
" .tato , lalld :nd v~~m tranhb-l Ge
>e1.trai ;nQ111 tka. twO bottloes ..i
Fol.y's Kidniy Cre tI l tie t a.
I hav' ir t wety ar.-. alhimgl i ..
Iw O1 years 0 d."
'''attl mlIadLae Wil Ivear only threo
M wn W1:,Ink this:. opern'"
"nlly three gowis, 011 gowni to a
ae"," IIISweri't. l the pri:a donna ad:
"11 wa. eilter thalt 01r haIve SOme o:,
else tctup)v h he t( :of .
while I was h:ia mlly i ostumenus.'
Washxiington I [erablt .
stilpitr we' Actre,' riemdy for Ia *~ te.
Sulphur is one1 of tile zreatest rem
.lie. n-ituir ever gavl to mai. Every%
plhysician knows that it cnres skii 'an'11
blood troubles. Hlauinock's Liquil Sit
' hreablos yon to get theo Suhl iw- #T
ml the4 mloSt conIJveimaiit formII. DI)( )I" k
1 ulhu tbltsor- we r rp~d-.
sulphur in4 1)1 m i-at us H n o ' bo b
sniphur is plta-mt it) Iake:umil perl'feve
in its action. Ai d'riggists sell it.
A well known titixen ,f Daivilb-, Pa.,
writes: "I iave't hati .o aggrtvate eli44
fd J'12ltezea ft1' OVer 2.5 years, I havi
Ised sevn 50-ceot hon les of the r.iIolili
id one j r of your Haicock'i Lu-ni
Sulphur Ointment, "aiid ow ]I f iel m
though I had a bratnd new pair of hand
It hits cured tue anld I num certainl it, wil
TreI a*ny onle if they persist in) Ising
Hatclck's Liquid Sulphur accordinig to
li.ieetmnuis. "Butler Edgar
HIonest men (stee the value o
nothing se much in this world as
real friend. Suchi a 01ne1 iaothe
self, to whom we llmpart our most se
cret thoughts, who palrtakes of ou
joy and comforts us in affiltion. Adi
to this that his company is an ever
hasting pleasure to_ us.-FIlpay..
C'harles--I don't see how Bltnk ca1
imake tiny money out of thait toabac
'onilst's bus51is of hia. lle's ailwauy
smlokintg the best eigars hihuselfI.
Fred-l-Ohi, that's his method of tad
F'redl-Putling hIs goodls.
''"When the pr'eneher'i prenehed atl th
fuiieral of' ~1i Turnbll's wife he said hi
hal 1no dIoubt Itat she had goni
s!taiht to htetnven."'
Jusilt tas good as i)>S1dble."--C h ;en;.
IND)OnisIi BY THE' CO(N -'t.
und1( thet best. f it'nd of myv it nil.
lishler of the O)neigo Joural. aGi het I
ville, N. Y.. ''is Dr. Kiing's N,--' Ii.
ble" euro' for couighsl' andtl' e-,ll, maka,
a'hlort work of' thes worst of h- m:.W
ii alwaH lOapP II hol)l1io itn hie In0au0-. iI a,
liev. it to1 be t most valinahlt- pr *w-i
storie. Picaj.e 50c ,an] d $1. Ti il I.a:II
Had to Hakve a Pa::port.
a In the ('auensus some years ago
a'(Geriman ly wtas dhulgerously ll w'ho
a' the local jollIce mlaster' called ait (11
Ce house and'( asked for her passport. Ti'
>f hutaand, til easy goinig man:1. :-ld Ii
y hai not goit one, or, rtather, that it wnt
ac less, tnd~, ti.; lils wIfe was dahogerousl
te101 i and thle (do10ct or l d otd her li viin
to through. thet dtay., the dlemaind, to sa
is the least, wtas ill tImted.
id "Whait!'' exclahueiid the po~lee mat
bie ter. "'Iyinig without ai p~asport! Sit
tde can't dIe without ai palsport !"
1(1 And Sho didn't.
UtIOwell--You seem to think that
le eei aethe investmei
1G) Powell-My boy, It is just like indor
Inga note fo.. .. fr.-Br ....-L
A ~Hydropathio Cure.
a "Well, well!" was the favorite ex
'e clailation of surprise of a certain lit
erary worker. "Well, well!" no mat
ter whether things were well or Ill.
"Well, well!" he exclaimed the other
' evening at the end of a semitrage
D "Two holes in the ground," said a
It took him a moment to catch on;
then lie exclaimed, "Well, well, well!"
"Three holes in the ground," said the
And the man was well cured of his
The Limit of Life
The mlost einenltit mledlical sci-1nIMSi
Iro anantn11i0onIs inl 11lhe cn:-Insion thiait
the gn*r.ldly .c -. pted limi'ition of hni
mnani :fe is my years below Ole atlatiin
.., Ii P o - .11 w h . h , dva1c1 k11-w!
e'dge of wich1l the roien' Is nl ssessd.
The ril it-l I, rid that dete'r-Ioin-i itts
rinr i'o ins 'n im h tw -)( 50 anal 0 ;
11h1 prop r. carv (If 01he h.nlyv dur11ing thi-<
decad"ll enOnnot ho tl'o 'rni-v nrlgld;
elre-*ic n II i ! h' og faital to0 anaevi
is. N.durtte'-t bsest helr -ifter 50 yt.- rs
's i rio Ihilor', Ite s ientiftie toliO
med'iiile thilt revitaliz , evroy rnL(Mt of
he luly. 1. 01'1vu t-y Ihe Pickens
D3rug Co. Druggists. 50).
The Old iver Do!!ar.
Hlow detar ti our heart In the old
scri'er )1presentis it to viw; Ile liber
ty head, SlIIs neek or cliar and al,
the strange things wiciiih to us seem
:o new. The widter ):(.p:ding eagle, the
rw. below it. the stairs and the
wordIs with the strnige things they
'cl!; the coin 0i' o'u falhers, we're glad
that kinow It. for Some ti.) or , other
' (i:l come in igIht iwell. 1he sireald
uagle' uloilar. the star spatgird dollar.
the old silver dollar we all love so
V~el.-anss (ity in-depelndent.
Perhaps ti' most remarkmble iupos
tor was (oorge lsalmnanazar0, who in
Vntedl a langnage and wvrote, a litera
ture li It.
"RiGULAR A" THE, S N"
is. nu xpreion aii obd a1s Ili -nio. No
doubt the11. risinig un1id setti: f 1Imllo 8ni1
Is tho st rn.h:r perhron- in the
nuiv 11rse, un4-s it i! the nV"':' a I f ti...
hlverl illd howel.-t l u e u m i
De. Kting's N-. w Lifeo pllis. (nrne.
by the IP-kea Drug Co. Drloggilts, 25
rho Signora of tha DecIr.ration.
Of tle fifty-sIx sigAis of the iimmor
ta l i leciaiaion or Iit' in'pedenc thirty
o'ight we5 of En-gIili bild eeven of
Ir'ih, five of Scotch. six of Wlshi and
One of Swiv('olslh. Of the ocetipaItions.
of lie signers twenly-eight were laiw
yers. live were doctors, five wene farm
ers. fonr were politicl:anis'. ten were
Imerthflants. one as it clegyman, one' i.
printer. one a iminufacturer and one-a:
R\iMEDY FOR DJRRhOEA NPVER
KNOWN TO FAIL.
, Iwaint to say a few wirds for Chaim.
h)rion's Colio, Ch,-10l'rn andio di:rrhoea
-iaunady. I have nSed thi4 )rp(iIrItiol
-in I.v f-anily f'r the pat, live yeirs an(]
a ;;ve r commn~ided it to ai number of
((lg t-iiinYrkcnnyad haive~ never
- Iknot' n it t.' foil to) il'et a eturo in any
e.ban~e I fell t hat I caiint say too
'ioi -h for 'lie be'st nicliino of the. kind
- na-i wrI."'-S. Jauson, Sprtinig
i b->va o enut,y. P'. Th'l is rt-medy
is ior sumii hy It ePmiIlo-s D)i nu1 Co.
. Thea triianig:ilar brIdge at Croyland,
L ~.ilnislire. Is the oldest bridge lh
E 1'ind:U ando one1 of the greatest cur:1,
A 'ini -n wot-le is nt ti she, ('ets wrauk
,'s. then') ~ wornies. het mn s e has I.hemu.
jowig tieo fol lowts its use. 35e T'ea or
Peroxide of Hydrogen.
F~or a ettepop a fprxd
of Ihydrtogenl Is atdvi::ab le. rt is unt
waysi he hand foui~iir an1( emergency.i
Tt I.n valuabeii( al1so to dlestriOy germus ini
drinking wanter. If yon~ arme in douht
ais to thle waiter suply and ido no)11t enree
to boil whamt yon drink. aiddi a table-.
sp)ooniful or pernx ide of' hydrog'en to
t'very gallon01 of' water( andc you may
dr1iuik in safety.-New~i Yor'k Post.
HAD) \ N AWFUL 'P Ti\E.
lhat (Chiambe'rlaiin'so Co'ie,. ( 'holero and
Diurrhiooa Reioely Cnred Ilimu.
[t is waithi p~Iihaine t'o I give yon
yor aigi wh''. ,i I hai.) I e ci of the meoa-.
les I. gs tI canght ont. ins a b -nil rasin andc
the ma nils settbol' n miy stoaahl and
a how'ls. I hi .d an aiwful ti me and hiad
n it not beenci for the use of (Chiamberla in'
e ( 'hiolerai, Colic and Di rrhbm Rilomedy,
t' 1(5cld tnot hiavo pioembly hjvo'dibut a font
e hours loonge r, hnit Ithankl to lihis r~'eedy
34 I am11 now sr~iong and16 weltl. FInhavo writ
. ten thc aboeve throsugh simplo gratitudo
andio I sh-.Il aiwatys speak~l ai tr*od wior]1 foi
this romnedyi.-Sami IL (iwin, Conicordl
(Ga. For sale by Pickenis Drug Co.
if Mounit Everest w*as pleked ul
and drtoIpped hito the deepeflst parit 0
0 the Pacifie ocean its tolp would bi
nearly 1,000 feet below~ the suirface
If thIs satme mountin wasl dIroplpet
I Into the Atlantle at the deepest knowm
t. point, It would create an Island 2,001
1- feet high.
J. CARTER, 'W. T. 0%D
President. Vice k
rrolit - -
Depsit - - -
F. 1. MOINGAN W. T,
.. N- MoHo.N J. CAR'
Accaunita of Mwchants, Farmers, F'irn
O P ~N_______I
No waiting for frosts to op
new stuffs have broken their ca
ing you their way.
The woman who ' shops" wil
bargains among our dress goo(
too many. It's an old story of
er than the goods cost us.
The lady who comes to. our
be sure of this much-that eilth
serviceable. We know what e
is worth. We know it is right
suited to sensible service. An
the dainty way in which our
airy lightness about them so. ti
Everybody is A
it is all right to visit our stor
the buying part. Simply coi
see if every word we say isn't
anybody. It's a bad business p
Yours fi- a
W. E. Freei
I have a
Arnong thrm nire the recomni
And a new line of SILVER
Silver WATCflES. A nice Ii
glasses to fit eyes. All kinds o
01licc of1 Conta
15th 19(17, to D eoembeor 31st 1 907. Th'Ios
4:an do) so IIh 2 pt'r (24'ut shudIion -l t
the' 1)1th of1 w'idl month enn d21 11o b0y payi
dhite theI boks4 wvi. c o.we.
N. IL.-Ta';xpaIy, rs ownn p~l~roper'ty
ior tax" rteceip)t in eaceh to'. n1)hi1p or)pi)
IMwn Ipprty. TLhirl is very iauport.sait. a12
T1ho.. who d14 ntot wish to come 1o Lii
cembe I''25) andh I Iwill fuirnishi you wim4 ti
by' c cek, money~ ontler or re'giteri l I'h t
twol (2) 4outs~ asM I t: -n2 1ot ue hm.Pill
t.!ling 81 me4, uni it 4is liabl o be )14 ost ; if t4
Levy for Stato tax
"'" C~onstit ution1 Sch~oo
"' Ordlinary Cou'aty ta
"' "' tinkjing Funid -
" " Past Indebtedness,
"' "' " Chnain Gang, -
" Keow, c Bridge'
RTeilLevy 1' r 'aoo 1
Special Leva for bho ol I)
Specal Le4~vy for NeboIo1'l I)
epciaIl LeOvy~ 11or S *q -oil I)
Special Leivy for' Shool 1]
Special Le4vy flr 80'Ii1 I)
Speial Levy4for Hob1 o i"41.0
Specianl Livy for Ms-hioi 11
pci Levy foir 8ahi'ol 1:
Spia11 la. vV for school 1)
Spe'cial Le4vy for Hllool ]]
Sp~ecial Lev for2 Hohoo i(1O EJ
L'vy for intlrest on PickEA. a . Rt. I
Levy for interest oni Pick. na Rt. Rt.
Levy for in'tereat on Pickenla R. Rt. be
>IPoll tax, $1.00. E'vry male Citizen
federate soldiern, who do not pay after 5
Cjommnian tion Rond Talx. $1.50.
1908, in lieu of five (5) days' work on ron
persons betwveen the ages of 21 uund 50
excused b~y laiw.
Capitation Dog Tax. All persons<
S50 cents on echcl dog,
L. H, 0. SHuuMBr,
L'Y, S. C.
- - ~ 25000,0 A
- - 40,000,00~'~ '
DELL, l. V. SIRULEY
PR, J. P. SMITH.
2n the dress goods burrs. The
ses, aud here they are beckon
I find the most tempting sort of
is. It's an old story of buying
selling out at prices often low
store to buy a cloak or, hat can
er will be stylish, sensible, and
very cloak and hat in. our store
in quality, right in shape, and
y woman will be charmed with
goods make up. There is an
iat they seem to be ahnost
Lsked to Come.
r- sim)ply to look. Never mind
for your own satisfaction, and
:rue. It doesn't pay to deceive
man & Co.
good he of,
endable old style Seth Thomas
I amT solling at spicil ba gains.
WARHE. Also solid Gold and
ne- of Spi.ctazces; I guarantee
f2 uepair work in the joewelry line.
-- hsley, S. C.
I licken, I' . ui. S ,, 30t, 1007.
and C..ma:v T1 x wvii lhe opien rm Oct.
a wil' prefi to 1d) s c'in pay in Janua
soI who jproi -r lviig in Febuary 1908
e wniu prefer u yng in Mrch'( 1908 to
'an a dhi. nat 7 par c-nt. After said
>r payintL' taLx for o~iher- will phleaso ask
I sah' ei dIistruit iin wnic~h he or they m sy
there1 ..r Ito m.)any speoind scnhool dis
u' ol~o' can writ. me (iiot~ lator than De-.
u amniluijt -tuo, and they cani remit me
r. If sItamips are sout (10 not soend ave
nt otherwi:-s it must be at msendors risk.
.1341 " .
isi iet Noe. 9, 4 un~ls
i-r- No.* 30J, I'. Imais
i-trict N'. 11, 5.i mii.<i
ist iii No. 13, 0' nilla
ismio-. No 14, 4 not''
c--triat No. 16, 2 am S
mmf rNe N. 19, 2 mm.-.
istrtic' No. '2., 2 ma iIs
'drel No. 31, 65 milb.
istrot. No. 42, 2 n1u3lha
istrict No. 49, 2 mills
ounds, H n're Ino Towa. ship, 2 mills
md s, Pikn C. H. Townshp J, 2t mills
from) 21 to 60 years is liable except 00on
) years. and t.hone excuised by Ia
All penousiJ desiring to pay this tax for
dI can do so before Mlarchu 191, 1908. All
years aro liable for this tax except those
>wnilg dogs are requiired to pay a tax of
UARIVIN. County Treanurer