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Baltimore, Md.-"I pend you here
with the picture of my ?f teen year old
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FROM THE PALMETTO STATE
Latest News of State-Wide Interest
That Has Been Collected From
Many Towns and Counties.
Columbia.-In United States feder
al court, now in session in Columbia,
a number of cases have either boen
discontinued or otherwise disposed of
for this term.
Lexington-That the low price of
cotton has caused a depreciation in
real estate was evidenced here when
several tracts of land were placed
an the market at public auction in
front of the court house.
, Charleston.-The Riverside Iron
Works has filed libel against the
schooner Edwina in the District
Court in admiralty. The amount
named is $175, which the libellant
claims for services in pumping water
out of the hull of the stranded
Barnwell.-The pledges to be signed
by the farmers to hold cotton ior
higher prices, in accordance with
the '"South Carolina plan," were re
ceived here. So far as cou"*l be
learned none have yet taken this im
portant step looking to the saltation
of King Cotton.
Lancaster.-Thomas Estridge, a
white man, about 45 years old, com
mitted suicide b> drowning, jumping
into a pond near the Lancaster cot
ton mills. A party saw him when ho
jumped into the water and attempted
to rescue him. handing him a pole
which he caught, but he turned it
loose, saying he wanted to drown.
Darlington.-The Civic Legaue of
Darlington held n successful Horn!
exhibit, at which there wpm some
very fine flowers dispa?yed. The
chrysanthemums were the centre of
attraction, but the c?ier flowers,
roses, dahlias, geraniums, etc., were
not neglected, and came in for a ?c?od
sh?re cf admiration.
Menning.-The Presbyterian Mis
sionary sccietien of Clarendon county
held a missionary institute In the
Presbyterian church at Manning.
Rev. Arnold Hall ol' Sardinia presid
ed at the session. Tile first address
was an appeal from the Rev. J. P.
Marion of Sumter for a revival cf
an intense, devoted, prayerful study
of Ced's word.
Che3ter.-The date of tho Chester
County Colored Fair has been ?.hang
ed from November ' 2 ,23 and 24 tc
November 20 and 30, so as TO include
Thanksgiving Day. The management
states that the outlook is fer a very
successful fair. The colored people
of Chester county have been having
r. mest successful fair tor severa;
years past and some of them have sur
prisingly good live stock.
Columbia.-William Rufus Muller
is dead. The news of the death of
this respected citizen of Columbia
brought sadness to the hearts of an
exceptionally wide circle of friends.
As a successful business man and u
public-spirited citizen, Mr. Muller
was universally popular, aud an ac
quaintance immediately became a
Clemson College.-The Clemson ca
dets returned from the encampment
in Columbia, reaching here tired but
happy. They express themselves as
bein ghighly delighted with the treat
ment received while in the capital.
The glimpse they had of their many
friends and loved ones furnishes food
for thought and topic for joyous con
Newberry.-Two negroes. Ernest
Douglas and John Kinard, were ar
rested and piaced in jail on suspicion
in connection with the murder of Mr.
W. S. Ruff. Coroner Chappell an J
Constable C. C. Blease. whe mad" the
arrests, preferred not to give out any
ir.formation they have, but they con
sidered that suspicion pointed strong
ly enough to these two negroes to
make the arrests.
-Charleston.-"Postmasters are au
thorized to deliver all letters arriv
ing at their respective postoffices be
tween December iii. lilli, and Janu
ary 1, 1912, inclusive, which are ad
dressed plainly and unmistakably to
'Santa Claus,' without any other terms
or expressions identifying the per
son for whom such letters are in
tended, to responsible institutions or
individuals in the town or city of ad
dress who may desire to use them
exclusively for philanthropic pur
Charleston.-In the United States
district court proceedings of a volun
tary character were filed to have T.
B. Frasier and Bessie J. Frasier, doing
business at Frasier & Co. at Mount
Carmel, Abbeville county, adjudged
bankrupt. The usual orders were
Laurens.-The fall term of common
pleas court is in session here, having
convened with Judge Gage on the
bench. The court will probably be
in session two weeks, as there is a
pretty full roster of cases. So far
none of special moment have been
St. Matthews.-The Lutheran Synod
of South Carolina met in the new
and handsome Pine Grove church,
near Lone Star. The Synod was call
ed to order by the president, the Rev.
James Kinard, of Newberry. A large
delegation of lay and ministerial rep
resentatives were in attendance.
Lexington.-The fight for higher
cotton prices is on in earnest in this
county. At a meeting of the farmers
a committee, composed of James W.
Shealy, chairman; G. A. Derrick and
T. H. Shull, was appointed to keep
up the fight until every farmer in the
county joins in the movement.
Winnsbcro.-Several tracts of land
were sold before the court house door
at public out cry by Clerk of Court J.
W. Lyles, under legal proceedings.
The interest of thc rurchasers center
ed principally around the land ol' the
Edward Woodward estate, which was
sold under partition proceedings.
Charleston.-Since its establishment
.?several weeks ago, the Charleston
Postal Savings Bank has been doing
'. very good busine3G, and the people
,ro gradually coming to realize thc
jonvenience of this method of deposit
ing email amounts offered them by,
OTHER PART ALL RIGHT.
Ho-When we are married we will
live on broad and kisses, won't we,
She-Oh! I don't like bread.
Representative James T. Lloyd of
Missouri was discussing the presi
dent's belief that the extra session of
congress would not try to revise the
whole tariff law.
"He had about as much to go on,"
Bald Lloyd, "as the m?n who ap
proached a banker with a request to
lend him money on a note. He want
ed five hundred dollars.
" 'Can you get an indorser?' asked
"Sure,' replied the prospective bor
rower, mentioning the indorser's
"'But has he got any money?'
"'Lois of it,' answered the other.
'He wins it at poker.'."-The Sunday
Mother-Yes, Johnny, the queen bee
Johnny-How about the presidential
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Milam, and after 26 y<
hams, Huntington, W
way to t
that will furnish a balanced ration
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A supply of these is furnished by renn
We will be glad to send a supply delivcre
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tired feeing due to
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greatest o? tonics,
-a bottle proves.
The Specific for Malana, Gulls and
Fever, aid a reliable remedy for
all ??ates due|o duorden of
liver, bowels, stomach
' ' and kidneys.
SOc. At Yoar Druggist?
tas SIHKIX8 save co.,
IF VAU HA VF
Malaria or Piles, Sick Headache, Costive
Bowels, Dumb Ague, Sour Stomach and
Belching; If your food does not assimilate and
you have no appetite,
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you want your borne county, write us at once.
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W. N. U" CHARLOTTE, NO. 46-1911.
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bottles of Milam I have gained Z\ lb*."
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tam is a grand medicine. I have taken
I feel stronger and better, more active and
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e bottles of Milam and gained 10 lbs."
lie, Va. "Am finishing my 6th bottle of
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he new. At
ict should be
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?er should contain at least as much
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NEW VIGOR FOR BAD BACKS.
How to Make a Weak Back Better.
Women who suffer with backache,
bearing-down pains, dizziness, con
stant, dull, tired feeling, will find
hope in the advice of Mrs. W. B. Con
a>, 117 Railroad
}^?stSr SL? Punxsutawney,
Pa. Says Mrs.
Conway: "I was
in such poor health
I could scarcely do
my housework. My
back ached as if it
were being pulled
apart and my feet
and ankles were
"Kidney secretions were in terrible
condition, I was extremely nervous
and my heart palpitated violently.
Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me and
soon my whole system was renovated."
"When Your Back Ts Lame, Remem
ber the Name-DOAN'S." 50c, all stores
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Daughter-Pa, why do yoi let the
furnace go out every evening Mr. Ro
mance comes to see me?
Father-I am trying to freeze out
the microbe of lo"?, ^nv deluded
MRS. StLuj KI.J ? ...U.C BABY
"I have always used Cuticura Soap
and uo other for my baby and ho has
never had a sore of any kind. He
does not even chafe as most babies
do. 1 feel sure that it is alb owing to
Cuticura Soap, for he ls fine ant,'
healthy, and when, five months o!d,
won a prize in a baby contest. It
makes my heart ache to go into so
many homes and see a sweet-faced
baby with the whole top of its head
a solid mass of scurf, caused by poor
soap. I alw?ys recommend Cuticura,
and nine times out of ten the next
time I see the mother she says: 'Oh!
I am so glad you told me of Cuticura.' "
(Signed) Mrs. G. Al Selby, Redondo
Beach, 'California, Jan. 15, 1911.
Although Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment are sold everywhere, a sample
of each, with 32-page book, will be
mailed free on application to "Cuti
cura," Dept. 20 L, Boston.
Scouting at Home.
"No thanks." says the man with the
grizly mustache. "I'd like to indulge
in a little game of poker tonight, but
I think I'd best go home."
"Nonsense!" .says his friend.
"What s changed you all of a sudden?" i
"Well, you see, my son has joined
the Boy Scouts, and the little rascal |
has become so shrewd that lie can
tell by where my hat is just what ,
time I came in the night before."- I
The Effect cf Sleeping in Cars
Is the contracting of cold, which often
results seriously to the lungs. Never
neglect a cold, but take in time Tay
lor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum
and Mullein-nature's great cough
medicine. For all throat and lung
troubles, Whooping Cough, etc.
At druggists, 25c, 50c. and $1.00 a
"What is so rare as a day in June? ?
"Well, the way we have steak tor |
dinner is a good deal rarer."
IO DRT?EOUT MALARIA
AIsL> lil l LD UP TU.E SVSTr:.!
Take tho Old .;taiU?in: QRO"K*8 TASTKLKSS
CHILL TUNIC. Y<> '.no what you uro tabing ?
Tho f,nattle ls ,ilair.l primed o. a cry bottlo,
?bowl ^ lt U simply Ottlnfa a.-id Inn In ?i tasteless I
form, amt tho niost effectual form, l'or grown
people, und children, 60 cents
It is much easier for us to forgive
urne one for being an enemy to our
friend, than for being a friend to our
For HT: A DATUK-Kirks' CAPl'DINE
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or
Nervous Troubles, Capndinc will relier- yon.
It's liquid-pleasant to take- seta immedi
ately. TryJt. 10e., Kc, und 50 cents at drug
After all, young women judge a man
more by his accomplishments than by
what he has accomplished.
Pain and Swelling seldom indicate in
ternal organic* trouble. They are usually
the result of local enid or inflammation-j
which Tn be quickly removed by H?mlins 1
People who take the will for the i
deed never break into the millionaire ;
class. . i
Constipation causes and seriously aggra
vates many diseases. It is thoroughly :
cured by Dr. Pierce's Pellets. Tiny sugar- j
Every time you meet a grouch hand i
it a lemon.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing, Syrup for Children
teething, softens the (rum?, reduces. Inflam ma
lion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle.
Pessimism is the undigested fruit
Foronly (10.00 ..TO will ship you a nice, new 3G-lt>.
feather bed and ti-lb pair pillows; Freight propuld.on
orders for two beds or more, llcnilt. by I. O. Money
order or reentered letter. Address
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Gi cnt Innuendo.
"That woman always speaks kindly
"Yes," replied Miss Cayenne; "but
she always does.it in such a way as
to Imply that she is making some ter
rible mental reservations."
For COLDS and GBIP
Hie!?' CUPI'DINE ia the best remedy-re
Jif .es the aching and feverishness-euros the
Cold and reatores uormal conditions, lt's
liquid-efTeets immediately. 10c., 25c., and 50c.
At drug atores.
A practical joke is never what it's
cracked up to be.
Could Hardly Hear
Senses of Taste and Smell Were J se
Greatly Impaired. \
' I was afflicted with catarrh." write?
Eugene Forbes. Lebanon, Kansas. "I
took several different medicines, giving
each a fair trial, but grew worse until
1 could hardly hear, taste or smell. I
was about to give up in despair, but con
cluded to try Hood s Sarsaparilla. After
taking three bottles of this medicine I
was cured, and have not had any retan
of the disease."
Hood's Sarsaparilla effects radical anJ
permanent cures of catarrh.
Get it today in usual liquid fono ?
chocolated tablets called Sa ra a ta bs.
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THE ENORMOUS INCREASE
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their superiority over all other makes for
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maintained in every pair.
If I could take you into my large fadories
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Backache, headache, weakness, nervousness, discour
agement and ill temper-the pains and distress of womanly
weakness-keep many women from finding much pleasure
in life. They could be spared such suffering, and live in
comfort, if they would only benefit by the experience of
others, who have been helped to health and happiness by
Cardui, the woman's tonic
Mrs. E. A. Smith, of Goldsboro, N. C, in a letter from
that place, writes: "I had many distressing symptoms of
womanly trouble, before I began to
The Woman's Tonic
My head troubled me, and I had a pain in my left
side. The physician who treated me gave me no relief.
After taking Cardui, I am now well. Cardui has helped
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Cardui is a purely vegetable, mild, gentle-acting tonic,
for women, its wonderful success, in treating cases of
womanly weakness and disease, during the past 50 years,
is due to the fact that it goes to the cause of the trouble
and helps nature build up the womanly strength in a sim
ple, natural way.
Try Cardui. It will help you.
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