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TREASURED SECRET WAS OUT
Football Referee's Devotion to Duty
Evidently Had Got Him Into
The referee had swallowed the
whistle. X was very unfortunate, but
it was not his fault. A burly forward
had charged him fairly in the center
of his back, sending the whistle down
'The game must end:" cried some
one. "We can't do without a whistle."
"It's all right!" gasped the referee.
"I've got a substitute. You can go on."
He produced a latch key from his
pocket, and as the game commenced
blew several hearty blasts on his new
Suddenly a woman's voice, loud and
angry .was heard above the roar of
"Ferdinand, what does this mean,
sir! Where did you get that latch
Then Ferdinand slunk off the field,
for the voice was the voice of his
Care of the Child.
It is announced that Los Angeles
county government will in future ex
pend as much money upon societies
for the care of children as it does
now upon societies that look after the
welfare of animals.
This is well. Perhaps, in course
of time, we may come to regard chil
dren as of equal importance with
horses and dogs.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
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infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
What We Are Coming To.
Jack-I thought your landlord
didn't allow children.
Henry-'Sh! We call it Fido-Har
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antiseptic powder to be shaken Into tbo shoes. It
makes tight or new shoes feel easy; gives Instant
relief to corns and bunions. This ls an easy test:
Sprinkle Allen's Foot-Easo In one shoe and not in
the other and notice tho diff?rence. Sold everywhere,
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package, address Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy. N. T.
It is not necessarily true that the
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tainly recommend them to my friends as
the best medicine I have ever seen."
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Collo, Sour Stomach, etc. It oestroys
Worms, allays Feverishness and Colds.
It aids digestion, lt make? Teetblng easy,
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musical education has
the same effect as fine
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COUNTY TO Wm
Columbia.-There will be 32 boys in
the corn club in Richland county
this year. A number of prizes will
be offered for the best results to be
Aiken.-A warrant has been sworn
out for Judge Fox, white, and Squire
Matthews and Jim Simpkins, colored,
charging them with selling cow flesh
that was diseased at the time of the
death of the animal.
Rock Hill.-In connection with the
annual home institute held at Win
throp college in October, prizes have
been offered the school children for
various articles produced in the
home and on the farm.
Edgefleld.-The members of the
Edgefield chapter, Daughters of the
Confederacy, have completed arrange
ments for the proper observance of
Memorial day, May 10. Alva M.
Lumpkin of Columbia has accepted
an invitation to deliver the address of
Greenville. - Dr. Edward Carroll
James, retiring president of Green
ville Female college, has accepted an
offer as dean of the Baptist State
College of Georgia, better known as
Bessie Tift college, located at For
Florence.-The Seaboard Air Line
ls moving on from Darlington toward
the "Little Gate City" of Eastern
Carolina, with its grading at a rapid
gait and it will be less than sixty
days, from present indications, before
they will be "getting in" with their
grading toward the up-town passenger
Lancaster.-A great deal of enthu
siasm is being displayed among the
automobile owners of this city and
the public generally over the en
durance run of the Savannah Auto
mobile club to Charlotte on May 9.
The Savannah Automobile club with
40 to 50 cars will start from Savan
nah on the morning of the 9th. reach
ing Lancaster at noon on the 11th,
where they will stop for lunch.
Washington.-The members of the
South Carolina delegation, in the
house held an executive session he?3
and discussed ways and means for
disposing of the patronage that each
of them is entitled to as members
of a Democratic house. As Repre
sentatives Lever and Finley are
chairmen of committees they have no
positions to give. The other five have
about $1,200 each to distribute in
Batesburg.-July 4 will, from all ex
pectations', be a day long to be remem
bered by the people of Batesburg and
its vicinity. Plans ar'i materializing to
make it the biggest day in the history
of this section. There will be a host
of good things in the oratorical line,
besides all the amusements and good
..nings to eat that one can imagine.
Florence.-One of the biggest cock
ing mains that has ever been held in
the state was pulled off here. The
fight was between Allendale and Flor
parts of th
was at th
Clemson College.-The Clemson ag
ricultural train will consist of sev
eral cars, and stops will be made at
various points for several days. Fine
breeds of live stock will be carried
and experts on agriculture will deliver
Albany, N. Y.-The bill providing
for the return to Sp*uth Carolina by
the State Education department of
certain documents said to have been
"appropriated" during the revolution
ary war passed the assembly. It was
thought that these records were de
stroyed by the capitol fire, but two
of the three books, although damaged,
were sufficiently preserved to leave
their historical value intact.
Columbia.-The railroad commis
sion has asked J. Fraser Lyon, attor
ney general, for an opinion on the
authority of the commission to re
quire a railroad to instail and main
tain a telephone in passenger sta
tions for the convenience of patrons
and the public. The attorney general
has also been asked to rule on the
right of the commission to require
more than two passenger trains to
stop at a junction point each day.
Edgefield.-The window that is soon
to be placed in the church as a me
morial to the lamented Col. James T.
Bacon, who was organist of the
church for nearly 50 years, will be un
veiled on the first Sunday in May.
The window is of very beautiful de
sign and was shipped from Munich
some time ago.
Pickens.-The Methodist congrega
tion, under the leadership of their
pastor, Rev. G. F. Kirby, are planning
to build a $10,000 house of worship.
The Baptists, under tho leadership of
their pastor, Rev. ?. A. Waters, are
contemplating a similar move.
Columbia.-The corn exposition will
be held in Columbia during the week
of December 9. There is much in
terest in the show, and it is expect
ed that a large crowd will attend.
The corn exposition last year, the
first to be held in the South, was
a great success.
Chester.-The census of the city of
Chester was made public here through
a telegram to The Lantern from E.
Dana Durand, the director of the
census at Washington. The total for
the city was 4,754, and was divided by
wards as follows: First, 956; Second,
ROI; Third. 1,446; Fourth, 1,661.
Anderson.-A project is on foot to
build a trolley line from Abbeville to
Antreville, a distance of about 72
Washington.-The following South
Carolina postmasters have been ap
pointed: Bellinger, Beaufort county,
W. L. Goodman. Cantey, Kershaw
county, A. Follin Wattes. Phoenix,
Greenwood county. Thomas S. Plow
ten. Sheldon, Beaufort county, M.
I, Walker. Stoneboro, Lancaster
',;?unty, George O. Hammond. Van
ciause. Aiken county, O. R. Steele.
Wilkinsville, Cherokee county, Fay
GIBSON'S ONE GOOD POINT
In the Old Gentleman's Eyes lt Out
weighed Any Slight Error In
The old man had given his son a
very fair education, and had taken
him into his shop. The 3'oung fellow
was over-nice about a great many
things, but the father made no com
ment. One day an order came In from
"I wish to goodness," exclaimed the
son, "that Gibson would learn to
f "What's the matter with It?" In
quired the father, cheerfully.
"Why, he spells coffee with a t,M
"No-does he? I never noticed it"
"Of course you never did," said the
son, pettishly. "You never notice any
thing like that."
"Perhaps not, my son," replied the
old man, gently; "but there Is one
thing I do notice, which you will learn
by and by, and that is that Gibson
"ECZEMA ITCHED SO I
COULDN'T STAND IT."
"I suffered with eczema on my neck
for about six months, beginning by
little pimples breaking out. I kept
scratching till the blood came. It
kept getting worse, I couldn't sleep
nights any more. It kept itching for
about a month, then I went to a doc
tor and got some liquid to take. It
seemed as if I was going to get bet
ter. The itching stopped for about
three days, but when it started again
was even worse than before. The ec
zema itched so badly I couldn't stand
it any more. I went to a doctor and
he gave me some medicine, but it
didn't do any good. We have been
having Cuticura Remedies in the
house, so I decided to try them. I
had been using Cuticura Soap, so I
got me a box of Cuticura Ointment,
and washed off the affected part with
Cuticura Soap three times a day, and
then put the Cuticura Ointment on.
The flnst day I put lt on, lt relieved
me of icching so I could sleep all that
night. It took about a week, then I
could see the scab come off. I kept
the treatment up for three weeks, and
my eczema was cured.
"My brother got his face burned
with gunpowder, and he used Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment The peo
ple all thought he would have scars,
but yoi!, can't see that he ever had
his face burned. It was simply awful
to look at before the Cuticura Rem
edies (Soap and Ointment) cured it"
(Signed) Miss Elizabeth Gehrkl, For
rest City, Ark., Oct. 16, 1910.
Although Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment are sold by druggists and deal
ers everywhere, a liberal sample of
each, with 32-page booklet on the care
and treatment of skin and hair, will be
sent, postfree, on application to Potter
D. & C. Corp., Dept X, Boston.
Open-Air Schools Increasing.
Since January 1, 1907, sixty-five open
air schools for children afflicted with
year at Pittsburg, and the third at
Boston in July, 1908. According to
the reports received by the national
association, the result of the open air
class-work has been to restore most
of the children to normal health and
efficiency. One of these open air
schools or classes should be estab
lished for each 25,000 population, es
pecially in cities.
Irish Landmark Gone.
The famous temple of liberty, one
of Ulster's best-known landmarks, was
burned to the ground the other morn
ing. Erected at Toomebridge, on the
County Londonderry side of the River
Bann, by the late Rev. John Carey,
some 60 years ago, it had a romantic
history. Its founder was a remark
able man, possessed of considerable
wealth. He was a descendant of a
wealth. He was a descendant of a
Cromwellian family, and had been ar
rested and tried for murder, but was
unanimously acquitted by the Jury,
whereupon he erected the building In
His Business Improving.
"Yes," said the old lady, "now that
spring is with us business will pick
up with the old man."
Asked what he did for a living she
"Well, he sells rabbit feet for watch
charms an' to stave off hoodoos, an'
he does fine with rattlesnake rattles,
but he makes most at sellin' young
moekin' birds an' prayin' fer rain."
To have some
with cream or milk.
For. a pleasing change,
sprinkle Post Toasties
over fresh or stewed fruit,
then add cream and you
have a small feast
"The Memory Lingers"
POSTl'M CEREAL CO.. Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
GOD'S PITY FOR
Sunday School Letton for April 30, 1911
Specially Arranged for This Paper .
LESSON TEXT-Jonah 3:1-4:1L Mem
ory Verse IL \
GOLDEN TEXT-"Go ye therefore, and
teach all nations."-Matt 2S:19.
TIME-Jeroboam XX, king of Israel, in
whose time Jonah. prophesied, reigned
(Beecher) B. C. 832-792, (Hastings) B, 0.
804-763. Amos and Hosea were contem
PLACE-Gath-hepher. north of Naza
reth in Galilee, the Mediterranean Sea,
Joppa, and Nineveh.
KINGS-Jeroboam II attained suze
rainty over all the peoples from the Medi
terranean to the Euphrates. "The writer
of the book of Jonah has presented accu
rately the values of the historical situa
tion. It was the unknown dlast*rs in As
syria. Just after Ramman-nirari had bro
ken the power of Damascus, that ren
dered the successes of Jeroboam possi
Jonah was unquestionably a his
torical personage. He lived In the
reign of Jeroboam IL, king of Israel,
in whose time Amos's work was ac
complished. According to 2 Kings 14:
25, he prophesied the recovery from
Syria of the lost border possessions of
Israel. He is said to have belonged
to Gath-hepher, a town of Zebulon,
and his grave is still shown in the
vicinity of Nazareth. Gath-hepher
was about an hour's walk north of
Nazareth. Jonah was therefore a
prophet of Galilee. Jewish legend
said that he was the son of the widow
of Sarepta, whom Elijah had restored
to life; and also that he was the youth
whom Elisha had sent to anoint Jehu,
king of Israel.
This little biography begins with
the announcement that God asked a
man to do something for him. It is
significant that other Bible writers
(Nehemiah, Jeremiah, Zephaniah,
Haggai, Micah) begin the story of
their lives at the same point. Our ac
quaintance with Paul begins with his
summons to duty, and the apostles
were not known until Christ bade
them follow him. Jonah's call was to
go to Nineveh, the greatest and wick
edest city in the world, and threaten
it with doom from Jehovah.
How did Jonah answer his mission
ary call? By running away. He fled
from the presence of the- Lord, as if
God were, in his mind, only-a local
divinity, ruling over Israel, but unable
to see the fugitive If he fled far enough
beyond his territory. Jonah should
have asked himself, "If the God of
Israel sees what is going on at distant
Nineveh, and is concerned about it, is
it to be supposed that his unfaithful
servant will escape his notice, like
some defaulting apprentice lad, who
hopes to elude his master's notice by
running away to. ser ?"
Jonah jumps on hoard a vessel
bound for the most remote place
known to the ancient world, Tarsus,
that is Tartessus, on the Guadalquivir
in Spain. God interfered with Jonah's
plans by sending one of those sudden,
treacherous storms so frequent on the
Mediterranean, a storm so fierce that
- xv. -u.t..t "u.,"Won ""Mors
long sweeps more ettntcaiy (.
Even when obliged at last* to throw
Jonah overboard, they did it with a
prayer to Jehovah. And at once the
sea was calm.
How long was Jonah in the great
fish? Three days and three nights,
which, according to the Jewish mode
of reckoning, might, as in the case of
our Lord's stay in the tomb, have been
only one entire day' and parts of the
day preceding and the day following.
It is striking to notice the change
in Jonah as soon as he ceased to run
away from his duty and became obe
dient to God's command. What was
the commaiid? T?e first repeated:
"Go to Nineveh, that great city, and
proclaim what I bade you proclaim,
the doom of their sins."
Then God prepared a gourd. This
book is full of this word prepared. We
are told that the Lord prepared a
great fish, a gourd, a worm, and a sul
try cast wind. This gourd was most
likely the bottle-gourd, often planted
to grow over trellis-work. It is thought
by some to hav?' been the palma
christi, or castor-oil plant, which still
grows to a great size in the Jordan
valley. It is so-called because it is a
five-leaved plant, one leaf of which
outspread was thought to represent
the hand of Christ.
Next In the acted parable came a
worm, destroying the gourd, and the
sirocco, driving its hot blast down
upon the sweltering prophet. Then,
by a wonderfully true touch of human
nature, Jonah transfers his pity for
himself, as an ill-used prophet, to the
gourd which likewise had been hard
The divine question, "Should, not I
have pity?" remains unanswered.
Above the stir and din and wickedness
the divine compassion is still brooding.
The argument is very fine. On the
gourd Jonah had spent neither labor
nor strength. How much more should
God, of whose goodness man's highest
virtue is but the faintest shadow, pity
and spare the helpless and ignorant
works of his own hand? who now fill
the streets of Nineveh with pathetic
appeals for forgiveness! God's pity
extends to the little children, that can
not discern between their right hand
and their left hand, and even to the
cattle. There is no finer close in
the whole realm of literature than
this ending. God's love Is broader
than the measures of mankind.
Faith is a fundamental fact In ex
perience. It is one of the most com
prehensive and expressive words in
the language. It is an extensive form
of belief and grows up on passive
confidence and expectant affection into
a complete reliance and entire surren
der of self.-Bishop Samuel Fallows, i
One doth not know how much an
ill word may empoison liking.-Shakes
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A ROUGH WAY.
Pete-I hear dat Sam's wife done
cracked him over de bald wid a rollin'
pin an' frowed all de kindlin* wood at
Joe-Well, I specks she were cele
brating dere woodin' weddin'.
HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM.
Thc cause of rheumatism ls excess
uric acid In the blood. To cure rheum
atism this acid must be expelled from
the system. Rheumatism ls an inter
nal disease and requires an internal
remedy. Rubbing with oils and lini
ments may ease the pain, but they will
no more cure rheumatism than paint
will change the fiber of rotten wood.
Cares Rheumatism To Stay Cured.
Science has discovered a perfect and
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marvelous cures. Rheumaclde removes
the, cause, Rets at the Joints from the
inside, sweeps the poisons out of the
system, tones up the stomach, regulates
the bowels and kidneys. Sold by drug
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at 25c. and 50c, by mail. Booklet free.
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Gets Vt Thc Joints From The Inside.
A very youthful and entirely un
known musical composer read some
verses by the renowned Thomas Moore
which he liked very much. Forthwith
Clearing Kansas of Grasshoppers.
A live grasshopper will eat a dead
grasshopper. A farmer mixed paris
green and bran together and let a
grasshopper eat it It died and 20
grasshoppers ate it up, and they died.
Four hundred ate those 20 and they
died. Eight thousand ate those 400
and they died. A hundred and sixty
thousand ate those S.000 and died, and
the farmer was troubled no more.
For HEADACHE-If loka' CAPCDINE
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervous Trouble?, Capudiiie will relieve you.
It's liqutd-pleasant to take-acts immedi
ately. Try lt. 10c, 25c, and 50 ceatBatdrug
One of the loudest of the many
strange cries which fill the air today
is the cry for universal independence.
-Mrs. H. R. Haweis.
Your DruRffist W?ll Tell Yon
Murine Eye Remedy Relieves Sore Eyes,
Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doesn't Smart,
Soothes Eye Pain. Try it in Baby's
Eyes for Scaly Eyelids and Granulation.
If you move to another flat this
spring you will have to get used to a
new set of noises and neighbors.
Constipation causes and aggravates many
serious diseases. It is thoroughly cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. The favor
ite family laxative.
To be conscious that you are ignor
ant is a great step to knowledge.
Nature's laxative, Garfield Tea, over
comes constipation and is ideally suited to
tone up the system in the Spring.
Most women would be very uninter
esting if they couldn't talk.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing: Syrup for Children
teething, softens the (rums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 2Cc a bottle
It's a waste of the other fellow's
time when you talk foolish.
To keep the blood pure and the skin
clear, drink Garfield Tea before retiring.
No man becomes a jailbird just for
EATS WHAT HE LIKES
It will be welcome news to dyspeptics
to learn of a remedy that, In the opinion
of. thousands, is an absolute cure for in
digestion and all forms of stomach trou
ble, and, better still, lt ls guaranteed to
do so. The remedy ls Dr. Caldwell's
We all know the value of pure pepsin
In Indigestion, and add to this some ex
ceptional laxative Ingredients and you
have a truly wonderful remedy. Mr. T.
W. Worthy of Forsythe, Ga., got to tho
point where ho could not even eat or di
gest vegetables and after many years of
seeking he found the euro In Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Ru;ly Kasner of
Moline, m., was In the samo bad pr -
dicament with his stomach, took Syrup I
Wiifing to Make arr Effort.
On a large estate- in the Scottish
highlands it was the custom for a
piper to play in front of the house
every week day morning to awaken
the residents. After an overconvlv
ial Saturday night, however, the piper
forgot the day and began his reveille
(can it be played on the pipes?) on
Sunday morning. The angry master
shouted to him from the bedroom win
dow: "Here, do you not know the
fourth commandment?" And the piper
sturdily replied: "Nae, sir, but ye'll
-hie-whustle it I'll-hie-try it, sir."
ED GEERS, "The grand old man," he
is called for he is so honest handling
horses in races. He says: "I have usea
SPOHN'S DISTEMPER CURE for 12
years, always with best success. It is the
only remedy I know to cure r\l forms of
distemper and prevent horses in same sta
ble having the disease." 50c and $1 a bot
tle. All druggists, or manufacturers. Spohn
Medical Co., Chemists, Goshen, Ind.
The Ignorance of Casey.
Casey-Phwat kind av a horse Is a
Mulligan-It's wan thot's been
raised intoirly on corn, ye ignoramus.
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA
AND DUI LD I! I* THE SYSTEM
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS
CU ILL TONIO. Toa know what yon are taking.
The formula ls plainly printed on every bottle,
showlnir lt ls simply Quinine and Iron in a taste
less form. The Quinine drives oat the malaria
.nd tho Iron ballas ap the system. Sold by aU
dealers for 30 years. Price W cents.
"Is there a good parting scene in
"No; the hero's bald."
For COLDS and GRIP
Hieles* CAP?DINE is the best remedy-re
lieves the aching and feverishness-cures the
Cold and restores normal conditions. It's
liquid-effects immediately 10c., 25c., and 50c.
At drug stores.
If a girl has a grown up brother she
acquires a pretty fair knowledge of
men without having to pass through
the agonies of matrimony.
? pin scratch may cause blood poison,
a rusty nail cut is very apt to do so.
Hamlins Wizard Oil used at once draws
out all infection and makes blood poison
There is nothing so easy but that it
becomes difficult when you do it with
Garfield Tea, invaluable in the treat
ment of liver and kidney diseases!
Some women are like some old hens :
-set in their ways.
When a woman s|
silent secret si
trusts you. Milli*
stowed this mar
dence on Dr. R.
of Buffalo, N. 1
where there are
bear witness to I
-which saves the
from pain, and
grapples with won
ncsses end stubbon
50c Regular, no
to stand the strenuous w
some thins: extra special.
on the market. Comparis<
operators of attractive, extra
collar size and the price in stan
JHE PRESIDENT SHIRT COS
x, Mrs. Church, of Summit, 1
the Notary Public) suffered ma
She finally tried Cardui, and
husban?j tells of her experien<
women. He writes: "My wi
troubles for twelve years. Sh
side and back, for two weeks
doctor, our family physician fe
his treatments all failed that ?
She is now up and strong
one year old girl. When v
weighed 135 pounds but no
She says nothing is so good a
For more than half a cer
using Cardui, and letters simili
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