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agnc aue o
t ef eveyouin this.
e the health of
Ma lOts P ea t M t
di~znOr other Narcotic
A letroys Worms
. and -Wind
d atural sleep.
-ude from the
of whiskey packages
b'eing handled at the
e ,Epress Company's
there are thous
people in Spar
unty. Every express
in the city brings
jugs and bottles of
goods to quench the
,Of the pe ishing. The
a was opened in the
Green building near the
-office, for the purpose
ig Ohristrbas booze.
ce the ' establishment
opndit has-done a thriv
jnjA iness, for seyeral clerks
are ent busy waiting on those
[k hc ent in rush orders to whis
o~iuses for liquor.-Spartan
K~A~ugTor 15 Tears
nt~rsiz $200.00 worth of medicine
ai B. F. Ayscue, Inglesidle -N. C.,
nit sed Dr. King's New Life Pills,
daf writes they~ wholly .cured hims.
hey cure - Constipastion, Biliousnees,
Sick Begdache, &omach, Liver, Kianey
and Bowel troubles. 25c at all Drug
( Preacher Stole Poulitry.'
As a side line to his .ministry,
egro Baptist preacher engag
e in ithe business of stealing
chikens and selling them, and
owrbe. is engaged in work for
the jublic, having received a
sentende of thirty days. in each
as'against himin the Mayor's
curt yesterday morning, his
set~nces aggregating six
amnths.-Newberry Herald and
d. for our
Vein One An A Half Miles Long And
E1ghty Feet Wide.
LOCATED NEAR TABLE ROCK.
ExpetIts Havr been at Work.-Owned
by Mr John H. O'Neal.-Government
Assayist Shows Value of $23.15 in
Gold Per Ton.
Last June, Mr. J. H. O'Neal, of
this City invested in a farm or
1.nds containing. 250 acres, in
the western part of the County,
near Table Rock Mountain, and
on occount of the fine timbers
there he considered the invest
ment a splendid one. There
are more than five thousand
dollars worth of valuable tim
bers on the property, consisting
Of a large amount of hard wood
It has recently developed that
besides a very fine growth of
magnificent forest timbers
the most valuable asset is the
very rich vein of gold and silver
ore that has been discovered.
One vein has been found to- be
one and a quarter miles in length
and eighty feet wide, which ac
cording to the investigation by
the Government Assayist, shows
$23.15 in gold and $1.18 in silver.
Several experts have recently
made tests of this mine, and
they are of the opinion that Mr.
O'Neal has one of the richest
gold fields in the country, this
side of California. -
Mr. O'Neal will, within the
near future, make preparations
to have this mine developed on
a large sc'ale, and he feels satis
fied that there is a fortune.
Gold and other minerals have
been discovered in large quanti
ties not far from the O'Neall
property; but Mr. O'Neall thinks
he ha s found the main vein,
and he will spare no expense in
developing his property.-Green
ville Daily Piedmont.
31rny persons find themselves affectep
I wiph a persistent cough cough after an
attack of influenza. As this cough can
'be promptly cured by the use of Cham
berlain's Cough Rlemedy, it should not
be allowed to run on until il becomes
troublesome. Sold by all Dealere.
. Mule Walked Trestle.
It is not often that one hears
of . a mule walking a railroad
trestle on the nties, but Mr. J.
Monroe Hanks has a half .dozen
that performed the stunt- and
escaped injury $aturday night.
With some fifteen mules of a
Icar load, they got, out of the
stalls at the ibbleori East Whit
ner street and started in the di
rection of Rocky river, by way
of the railroad. ' The trestle did
not balk them in the least.
They walked the~ ties, and judg
ing from' the deEdp indentations1
made of the east) side of the tres
tle in the soft e2srth, they must~
have been goingjiat a fast walk
at that. The othler mules that
made their esc~ape from the
stable 'scattered in all directions,
and it was sever t ours before
they were aP einded up:
and drir -Anderson'
.i went to look
.Alldren?" asked the
:e German woman.
.the janitor and rented
thinking she meant nein,
ae moved in the next day
..r nine children.-New York
A Poor Weak Wc
As she is termed, will endure bravely i
agonies which a strong man would givc
The fact is women are more patient tha
to be under such troubles.
Every woman ought to know that abc
the most experienced medical advice I
ensd absolute confsdence and privacyb
the World's Dispensary Medical Associ:
Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
has been chief consulting physician ofi
Hotel and Surgical Institute, of' BuffaIo,
many years and has had a wider practica
in the treatment of women's diseases thi
His medicines are world-famous for thei
The most perfect remedy evea
cate women is Dr. Pieree's Faw
IT MAKES WEAK WOMI
IThe many and varied symptoms of wo
forth in Plain English in the People's A
-revised and up-to-date Edition of which
You' will feel better almost
inmmediatcly, and still better
THE CENUINE has the RED Z on
the front of each package and the
signature and seal of J. H. ZEILIN
' CO., on the side, In-RED.
FOR SALE BY ALL DitUCCISTS.
Tiie peculiar properties of Chambe:
ain's :s u..a htamedy have been tho:
.ughly t-s ed duzing epidemics of ii
tlenz,. aid when it was taken in tim
ve have n,>t heard of a single case <
paeuwonir. S 1(i I y all D--alets.
There was a terrible secret societ,
In the east which was orgaulzed to
wholesale and systemiatic murder. It
menibers called tliemselves "1lashh:1
sin"-whence. by tile way. MINUe Ou
word "assassin"-ud used to get u
courage for their deeds of atrocity 1)
doses of 'the drug called "hasheesb.
This is obtained from Indian neuip
atnd It Is from the seed' vess-ls tbat 'thi
substance Is taken wiliih yields tb
poison so faimed in .liistory and rc
mance. It is a vivid green and wbe:
taken produces the moist extraurdfinair
isions and hallucinations.
The greatest danger from influenza i
of its resulting in pneumonia. This ca
be obviated by using- Chamberlain
Cough Remedy, as ij not only cures in
fluenza, but counteracts any tendenc
f. the disease toward pneumonia. Sol
by all Dealers.
"People- can talk -of their troubles.'
aid Mrs. Wagleigh, -but I think Mrs
ones has ibe hardest Ju'k or any one
She is absolutely deprived by unatur
of enjoying a womana's greatest pleas
re. She's a deaf mnute and can't talk
he can only use her 'hands. Now.i
hat Isn't awful, tell me what is'"
Mr. Wagleigh looked up from hi
vening paler. "'I unt her flnbi(
:this aft'ernoon." he said. "arid he wa:
ickled to pieces. is wife cut he
ingers with the breaud knife yester
ay. and now she can't talk at all."
New York Times.
-A sprained ankle will usually disab]
he injured person for three or fou
eeks.' This is due to lack of prope
reatment. .When Chamberlaias Lin
ent is applied a cure may be effecte
n three or four day s, This liniment
ne of the best and -'most remrkabl
peprations in use. ' sold by all 'Dealer:
Wilie ex-President Roosevelt was o
hs famous ILouisiana -bear hunting tri
be passed by an old colored man'
abin and saw two tine hounds iu tih
yard. Mr. Roosevelt nmade several ol
fers for the hounds, each larger tha
the last, but the man shook his head.
Fin'ally the president said. "if yo
knew who I am you wiuld sell fui
-Who is you?" exclaimed the mar
"Who Is you. anyhow?"
"I1 am President Roosevelt," was th
reply, uttered in an impressive tone.
The old man looked at him a int
ment and then said. "See heahi.
wouldn't care if you was Bookahi 'I
Washington-you couldn't get der
Looking One's Best,
It's a woman,s delight to look her bet
but pimyles.'skin eruptions, sores an
boils rob life of joy. Ljsten! Bucklen
trica Salve cures-them; makes th
skin soft an~d velvety. It gisrifies 11h
face. Cures Pimples, Sore Eyes, Col
ores, Cracked Lips, Chapped Hanbu
y it. Infallible for Piles. 25c at a
True-Mvore Do Than Don't.
An old colored...man who could nei
ther read nor write and who had beer
ound by his master to be deticiept it
his market book accounts blamed tbt
utcher for tampering with his book
he gentleman of the house remnon
strated by saying:
"But. Tom. figures don't lie."
"No." answered the old .man. "hn:
iars do flgger."-Ladies' Home .Jour
ee of charge
tion, R'. V.
N. Y., for
i any other physician in this country.,
devised for weak and deli
SICK WOMEN WELL.'
nan's peculiar alg'sents are fully set
ledical Adviser (k008 pages), a newly
cloth-bound, wi~ be mailed free on
of mailing only.~ Address as above.
CHANGE UR I1 4
Senator Christense Ss ICoinditia,
Just Now are Shdlng
Senator Neils Clrden, Jr
of Beaufort, cha lrmian of th
!joint legislative cor mmittee.al
pointed to investi.zate conditior
in the State hcsvital for, tho i
sane at Columbia was in Cia:
leston todav nwas asked b
a reporter for the Evening Pe,
concerning te p)ogress m.m
by his committee in the invetst
gation. S:'nator Cistens
said that the investigation ha
been conclu;ded and that th
comrittee is now formulatin
a report for subniSsion to th
General Assemblv which cor
venes on the eleventh of ne.
"The. le-timor, .- tpk-n befor
the conmi\o. said Senatc
ChristennS1. 'is beMg printe
and will he available in a fei
days. Any nember of the lec
islature and any newspaper ir
terestud :n:iv have a coy- 1:
sending a %o)est to a membE
of the mittee. The mos
importa:nb matter to be consid
ered at the coming session o
the Legislature is the report o
their committee that has inves
tigated the State hospital fo
the insane. Unfortunately, th
r report will not be ready for ttv
or three weeks. It will contai
several special i'eports by e.
perts which arc not yet prepared
These together with facts gath
ered by the committee fror
personal examination of physi
cal condition and records her
and elsewhere are perhaps mor
important than the testimon
of witnesses referred to. Bu
s it would be advisable for leg
islators and the people generall:
to acquant themselves with thei
testimony which throws a floo,
of light on the deplorable condi
tions that are general through
out our State hospital for th
"It is going to take severa
hundred thousand dsllars to pu
this institution in reasonabl
-good condition. Estimates hav
not been made yet, but the tota
necessary is not likely to b
under S600,000O. That is a min
imum. There can be no doub
that if the facts become know:
this or a larger sum, if it b
found necessary, will be voted
e But there is danger that th
facts will not become thoroughl:
r understood in time for the peopl
Sto make their wishes felt at thi
Ssession. Up to this time th,
e facts have been minimized b
certain news agencies and il
only a few instances have th
1newspapers giyen anythin glik
a full and accurate~ account c
the testimony. So, I want t
-suggest to the press general
that they get the testimony an
Sread it for themselves.
"'While it would be. very ut
fortunate to allow such an ir
vestigation as tis to become al
attack on individuals, ther
will also be a iamentable out
eome if a desire to shield ir
dividuals should result in cove:
'ing up oonditions. We are her
dealing with matters of life an<
death. There is no questio:
t that the death rate at this ir
Sst:tution is abnormally high an
Sthe recovery rate abnormall:
low owing to shocking, unsani
jtary conditions, poor eq~uipmeni
-a lack of proper treatment an
Slax methods throughout- al
branches of the institution tha
are deplorable. It Is painful t<
make these general criticisms
for there are many faithfu
workers at this hospital strug
gling with conditions that oni
their superiors can remedy an<
they are as an~uous - as any ti
see them remedied. The repor
will make these details clear.
"Meanwhile every family il
this State that is pecularly inter
ested in the hospital should de
mand ,that all the facts b<
known and oroper means taker
to remedy the evils. None o:
us can afford to ignore the need:
of these unfortunates, whose
condition is now a disgrace t(
our State. 'We hyve the opuor
tunity to step into the first ranli
in our care of the insane, anm
the people are sure to take it iJ
they are knowingthe facts."
~~~Ar AS ~s
Nearly all women sul
~e Eailments. Some women
- more constantly than othei
s little pain or whether y
i- should take Wine of Card
Cardui is a safe, natu
y -prepared scientifically fro
d gredients. It acts easily
gives strength and t-one to
I The Womi
Mrs. Verna Wallacc, of Sangei
e "Cardui has done more for me tiu
r was taken with female infiammati,
no avail, so I took Cardui, and ins
my housework. Since then my tro
AT ALL DK
"I hate to be contradicted." she said.
"Then I won't contradict you," no
f "You don't love me." she asserted.
"I don't." be admitted.
"You're a hateful thing'" she cried.
r "I an." he replied.
"I believe you are trying to tease
me." she said.
"I am." be conceded.
"And that you do love me?'
For a moment she was silent.
"Well." she szid at last. "I do bate
a man who's weak enough to be led by
3 a woman. He ought to nave a mind of
his own and strengtti\'
He sighed. What else could he do?
e New York Times. % N, I
' Rich Men's gifts Argoor
t Osid h: "I want to go on record as
-aying that I regard Electric I as
one of the greatert gifts that God his
-.iade to womien. writes Mrs. 0. Ithine
r vault, of Vestal Center. N, Y., "I can
never forget what it hos done for me.'
This, glorious medicine gives a woman
buoyant spirits, vigor of.bply and jubi
l:ant health. It quickly cures Nervous
e n-s. Sleeplessness; Meloncholy.. Head.
.ich", Backache, Fainting and Dizzs
j 'pells: soon builds up the weak, ailing
and sickly. Try them. 50c. at all
e - Plenty to Do.
I"Youi would seem to be doing a good
e business." said the meter reader to thbe
"It's unusually good tonight." replied
the cheerful druggist. "I've bad seven
patrons who asked to see the city' di
e rectory'. live who used the telephione.
eleven who bought postage stamps
and one who wanted me to remove his
porous plas.ter. It's a rush of business
lie tis that makes a druggist wish
e Ihe had been brought up a motorman
Ior a truck driver."-leveland Plain
S Dealer. . .
Alone In .Saw Mill at MiInight
'unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms
or coldl, W. J. Atkins worked as Night
& Watchman,,at Banner Springs, Tenn.
e Such exposura gave him a sevare cold
that, settled on his lungs. At last he
had to giveup work. He tried mnani
oremedies but all failed till he used br.:
Kinrg'sc N.-w Discovery. --After using
oi'ne ib.tthI:" he writes.~"I went back to
x rk a'. well as evei-." Severk Colde',
iio h)rn Coughs, inflamed throats and
h". iigs, HJemorrhages, Croup and
W.I:ooping Cough g-t qumck relieft an-J
aprom.pt cure from this glorious midicine
izt,'.d by All Druggists.
- I The Young Idea.
An East Orange te'arner contributes
scriae brigh~t flings by her pupils.
e Mareus.-about seven years old, was
Jreported as5 saying a bad word.. His
teac(he'r askedu him about it. He said.
L"Ididn't meanIIlu to;~ myimout h $li!)ped."
-One cbild wrote. "Ningara runs with
Sthe fuorce oif Iu!.i000 horse powiders."
AnoUther reported. -There -was a
tierce crowd on the May'tlower'."
- in ai sewing class oft little girls the
talk got around to marriage. Une (of
the children said. "1 :uun noct going to
get tu'urried; taxes are too hign.'
N ew'ark New.'
7(rickty Ash., Poko
.i d c:niu::e-, and pasicr~bo ath
. t a2,Au for the cares of a-i
4 - a ctPri*:7,ceon:r"'"W
Fer -at times froin female
s.uffer more acutely and
-s. But whether you bave
on suffer intensety,
ni and get relief.
ral medicine, for women,
m harmless vegetable in
)n the female organs and
the whole system.
Tem., tried Cardui. She writes:
Ln I can describe. Last spring I
)n and consulted a doetor, but to
de of three days, I was ableto do
able has never returned." Tryit.
An eminent Scotch clergyman -
pened to dine with some learuedI
yers of the Edinburgh bar. [ e ay
priated to himself a large dish of
cress, upon which hd fed voraciousLy.
Erskine. wishing to adbniqb him for
bis discourtesy to the other diners, re
-Doctor. you remind me of Nebuchad-.
nezzar in his degradation:
"Aye, do I mind ye o' Nebnchadnez-7
zar? Doubtless beatuse i. am eating
u,mong the brutes,: answered the -
(B. L B.) ares Through tie BIos
Jbg Poie -.m
E PAIS, ,AN
. tkiing Humors.
B. B ( tanic Blood or d) is th
'n0y B0od Rmedy thb.Uills t son.
in t-, h d then 'purifies it-sen
ng a ti nd --f l u r, rich blood direct
the- skin 's-nfx bonies. joints, an
here-ver the .i-U.we ie located. Ir this
way all sores, ulcera pimples. eruptionsp
are beaied and cured. pD--ns and acbe
if Rheumatiam cease, swellings subsid'
B. B. B. compibtely ,changes the
.nto a~ cewan healthy cordition, givi3
:he skin the rich. re'd hue of rerfC
sealth. B. B. B. cum~ The woist' cid ~1
:ases. Try it.
BOTANIC 8L000 BALM-BBB f
.s pleasant and safeto taLte: composed of pure -
Botanic ingredients. ~It purifies and enriches
;he blood . B. B. BL strengthens the nervest
Lnd builds up the brokendown system. Drug.
ists $1 .00 PEFR L ARGE BOTTLE with diree
rions for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
K. -0 oei b-.3 cn ant
StO Ne GES GUA.2.T.
Laf~i.N'T so~ yt r zctonedar -
accol:Im.'..;a~iXs t:-u e.'i-onn