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The Art of Remaining Young.
Sarah Bernhardt says the art of re
maining young is not so difficult as
some people imagine. People who
have little to do and who do not lead
the strenuous life required of most
people in this day may be able to
adopt the rules laiV down by Sarah
Bernhardt and yet most people can
follow some of her rules and there is
no doubt if they would it would
help greatly to bring about, not per
petual youth. but much of the vigor
of youth with advancing years.
Most people pay too little atten
tion the rules of health and only live
to regret it, provided they live to the
age where regrets come.
We submit the rules laid down by
V-.dam Bernhardt and hope that
some one may be benefited by them.
"The art to remain young is not
so difficult after all," said Sarah
Bernhardt. "Everybody tells me I
look ten years younger after my va
cation. Well, here is the recipe:
"Out of bed between 5 and 6, rain or
shinc. Then to the seashore or th
woods. I practice shooting, or pid
dle. A light breakfast at 8, then
crabbing. Some women as old as I
can hardly use their legs. The thing
that keeps them pliable keeps them in
:hape. Then a bath, either ir the
ocean, the river, or the tub. After
a bath, a good rub down and ai hour
in the dressing room, but, mind, with
,out the beauty doctor and such tom
"I have certain hours for every
thing, for working, loafing, enjoying
-myself and the rest. After luncheon,
a few hours of idling in the rocking
chair with various books and naga
zines. If I tire of the latest novel,
I take up Rabelais and laugh till my
sides ache, or the droll 'Stories,'
which improve my complexion as
well as my French, for laught.er is a
powerful complexion-improver. Be
tween 5 and 6, lawn tennis. Then a
drive, or a canter. At 7, a change of
dress, then dinner and a lot of talk,
a cigarette, a bottle. But mind, any
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one talking drama and players is
thrown out, never to be invited again.
Some actresses return from their
vacation as fagged out as after a
tour of one-night stands, lasting nine
months. Why? Because they had
their bills, their letters, their fool
friends dangling at their petticoats
all the. time. If one wants to do that
sort of thing, one might as well stay
One Good Miss.
"What a lot the ancients missed by
dying so soon."
"I don't know. It was lucky for
Solomon that he passed away before
the age of tailor made gowns and pic
Couldn't Brave Convention.
Where is the festive shirt waist man
Who started out to be so brave?
He couldn't carry out the plan,
For he was also fashion's slave.
There are lots of people living on
Easy street who don't know it.
Sometimes it takes a lot of nerve to
tell a woman that her baby looks like
its father-after you have seen the
While honesty is the best policy,
there are some others that bring a fair
degree of financial success.
The tailor bills of a handsome man
are always higher than those of the
A rule that works both ways is
that men marry to give up their
liberty and girls marry to get theirs.
"TEET11INA" always soothes and then
It also cures the baby when
All else has failed: and 'tis true
It often saves a life for yon.
"TEETHINA" cures Cholera-Infantum, Over
comes and Counteracts the Effects of the Sums
mer's Heat. Aids Digestion. regulateat the Bowel
and cost 25 cents at Druggist.
Benefit of Pensions.
"England pensions her authors."
"Well, that's wise. Pensions, you
know, make authors get lazy and quit
A Physical Impossibility.
Angry Father-How dare you show
your face here again?
Persistent Suitor-Because I could
not leave it at home.
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bedridden, alone and 'destitute.
Such, in brief was the condition of an
old soldier by name of 3. 3. Havens,
Versailles, 0. For years he was
troubled with Kidney disease anid
neither doctors nor medicines gave
him relief. At length he tried Elec
tric Bitters. It put him on his feet
in short order and now he testifies.
"I'm on the road to complete recov
ery." Best on earth for Liver and
Kidney troubles and all form of
Stomach and bowel complaints. Only
3Oc. Guaranteed by WV. E. Pelham
& Son, druggists.
When a man thinks he knows how
to buy a horse it is time for his fam
ily to consult a specialist about him.
What Is Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but we do know that it is under
strict law. Abuse that low even
slightly results. Irregular living
means derangement of the organs,
resulting in Constipation. Headache
or Liver Trouble. Dr. King's New
Life Pills quickly re-adjusts this. It's
gentle, yet thorough. Only 25c at
W. E. Pelham & Son's drug store.
"Why is she so strenuous to main
tain the propriety of a woman marry
ing a man 20 years older than her
self? One would almost suppose she
had done so?"
"Thats' just what she wishes you
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
Medicines that aid nature are al
ways most effectually. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
aids expectoration, opens the secre
tions, and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition. Sold
by Smith Drug Co., Pelhiam & Son,
V. G. Mayes and Prosperity Drug
Victim-You sold me that as a
"burglar proof" safe.
Victim-Well, this morning I found
it racked open and rifled of all its
Dealer-What more do you want?
Isn't that proof that burglars have
be in it?-Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve..
Has world-wide fame for marve
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salve, lotion, ointment or balm for
Cuts, Corns, Burns, Boils, Sores,
Felons, Ulcers, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Skin
Eruptions; infallible for Piles. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25C at W. E. Pel
ham & Son, druggist.
"The time is near," said Noodles.
"Mv winter coal to get,
I'm planning to secure it.
And not get into debt.
Next week I'll go to market.
The fowl store'll be my goal,
I put hens in my coal shed,
And they'll !ay in my coal."
-Kansas City Times.
Cause of Insomnia.
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
the sleep more or less and is often
the cause of insomnia. Many cases
have been permanently cured by
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. For sale by Smith Drug
Co., Pelham & Son, W. G. Mayes and
Prosperity Drug Co.
Perhaps those 40 Russian warships
sighted in the Gulf of Finland and
steaming westward are' also bound
for San Francisco.
A Remedy Without a Peer.
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets more beneficial than
any other remedy I ever used for
stomach trouble," says J. P. Klote,
of Edina, Mo. For any disorder of
the stomach, biliousness or constipa
tion, these Tablets are without a peer.
For sale by Smith Drug Co., Pelham
& Son, W. G. Mayes and Prosperity
"Mrs. Guschley remarked to me
that it must be pleasant to be mar
.Ic to a clever man," said Proudley's
"And what did you say?" quried
"I told her, of course, that I didn't
know; that I had only been married
once."-Philadelphia Catholic Stand
THREE JURORS CURED.
Of Cholera Morbus With One Small
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhea
Mr. G. W. Fowler of Hightower,
Ala., relates an experience he had
while serving on a petit jury in a
murder case at Edwardsville, county
seat of Clebourne county, Alabama.
He says: "W.hile there I ate some
fresh meat and some souse meat and
it gave me cholera morbus in a scry
severe form. I was never more sick
in my life and sent to the drug store
for a certain cholera mixture, but the
druggist sent me a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera ard Diarrh
oea Remedy instead, saying that he
had what I sent for, but that this
medicine was so much better he
would rather send it to me in the fix
I was in. I took one dose of it and
was better in five minutes. The sec
one dose cured me entirely. Two fel
low jurors were afflicted in the same
manner and one small bottle cured
the three of us." For sale by Smith
Drug Co., Peiham & Son, W. G.
Mayes and Prosperity Drug Co.
Mrs. Russell Sage is seriously ill
at her home, in New York, as the
result of a fall.
The price of wheat took a tumble
in the New York and Chicago mar
Cured of Lame Back 15 Years of
"I had been troubled with lame
back for fifteen years and I found a
complete recovery in the use of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm," says John
G. Bisher, Gillam, Ind. This lini
ment is also without an equal for
sprains and bruises. It is for sale by
Smith Drug Co., Pelham & Son, W.
G. Mayes and Prosperity Drug Co.
RESPONSIBLE FOR NINETY-FIVE
PER CENT. OF ALL DISEASES
"Seven Barks - Cures or No Pay
The cause of nearly every disease can C
be directly traced to clogged and inac
tive stomachs, livers or intestines. Bil- '
lousness, Indigestion, Gout, Rheuma
tism, Headaches, Insomnia, Kidney and
E'.ladder troubles, and all Liver Com
plaints, emanate from one of the diges
tive or drainage organs. These organs
must be kept constantly in action to in
sure uninterrupted good health, and
there is no remedy or corrective, so
harmless and so certain as "Seven
There is no ailment originating from
any of the organs of the digestive and
drainage system, but what will readily
succumb to the use of "Seven Barks"
a purely vegetable preparation, put up
on a noted German physician's original
formula. It is not a patent medicine.
If any one with stomach, liver or kid
ney troubles will call at our store and
get a bottle of "Seven Barks," take as
directed-and if all the benefit one i
should expect is not derived, no charge Ig
will be made. We are not taking
chances in making this offer, for we
know the character of the remedy and C
we are satisfied it will do all that iS
claimed for It t
Mayes' Phrmacay' [
Life, Death and Love. r
A woman lay with closed eves and t
quiet breath waiting to welcome an t
angel whose presence seemed to over
shadow the white curtained room. A t
man knelt beside the bed. the wo
man's hand pressed close in his
against his cheek ,while -his lips
woved as if in prayer..
In the room was Life. Death and i
"What have you given her?" ques
tioned Death of Life. f
"I brought her my best gifts." an
swered Life. "Youth, health, beauty, t
joy and love." r
"Has Love brought her good i
gifts?" again asked Death.
Said Love. with wistfail eyes: "T
brought her brave. brigh't hours: sun
shine and laughter, happiness and
glory in living and then a heavy
cross. The sunshine she shed all
around about har, even wvith the fad-r
ing of Life's glory: the cross hidden
deep in her soul cast out self and
made a new radiance and beauty
"Let her comTe to mn." said Death.(
"Life had much to give, but peaces
and rest are not for Life to bestow.
Love would give all, but must reckona
with the human heart. T will crown
and glorify and bless her."
Life fled from the -quiet room with
a sigh and one whispered tender
wort, but Love lingered, brave evens
in the full presece~c of Death.
"What of him?" said Love. point- e
ing to the kneeling figure.
"He made the cross?" Death asked.t
"Yes." said L.ove. weeping. '
"We must teach him." said D)eath,.
"what he could not learn from life."
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A Day Off.
Fake a day off! Spend a time
With the birds and flowers,
Vhere the tuneful brooklets rhyme
All the merry hours;
Vhere the verdant hills and dells,
Iar from the city's prattle,
cho music of the bells
On the grazing cattle.
ake a day off! Where the winds
Of the meadows sing you
felodies. and joy attends,
And peace and quiet bring you
entle balm of rural rest
In soul and mind and sinew;
ear to nature's hearts is best,
Let her spirit win you!
ake a day off! Free from toil.
Hear the wild dove's couing!
earn a lesson of the soil.
How much soul 'tis wooing!
(here glad moments, swift to flee,
Steal the golden day away,
ut leave within one's memory
The pleasures of a holiday. c
-Joseph V. Humphries.
EE GREATER SOUTH CABOLUFA
he Event of the Year-Hints to PMe
petve Exhibitors-A Great Ga4he
of Prosperous Carolinians.
The first Greater South Carolina
tate Fair will be held on the new
Tounds recently purchased by the
tate Agricultural and Mechanical
ociety, and which have been fitted up
rith all modern improvements for the
omfort. and convenience of both ex
ibitors and visitors. This will be the
hirty-sixth Fair since the reorganiza,
ion of the Society after the civil war,
.nd will be held the last week in Oc
ber, from the morning of the 26th
a the evening of the 28th.
Every county in the State should be
epresented in the exhibits, for there is
.o doubt but what great good results
o all the exhibitors at every Fair, the
remiums being only a small part of
he benefits. A great many farmers
,nd stock breeders count only what
rizes are won, but this should not be
he case, because the greatest benefits
re obtained in advertising what you
ave for sale and in meeting with the
rogressive men from other sections
f the State and obtaining their ideas
,nd seeing the results of their
aethods. The management of the Fair
3 making every effort to secure new
xhibitors. Arrangements have been
nade by which freight charges are
>aid on all exhibits from this State,
ree stalls are provided for stock, and
ree bedrooms are furnished all ex
tibitors who are willing to stay on the
:rounds all the time. Numerous res
aurants on the grounds furnish meals
.t all hours of the day or night at
easonable prices, and feed for stock
s delivered right at the stalls at the
egular market prices, and besides.
here are officers who look after all
xhibitors and see that every one is
atisfactorily located. All exhibits
nay be shipped directly to the
rounds. for there is ample side track
rovision for all the cars. Solid cars
hould be billed "Secretary State
air, Columbia, S. C., care Fair
Iround Tracks," and they will be
ushed right through to destination.
ome exhibitors may think they can
Lot make their entries properly, but
ecretary Love will take pleasure in
iving all necessary aid, provided ap
1iatdon is made to him prior to 10
'clock Tuesday morning, as the Fair
pens at thai. hour and no entries can
e made later. All exhibitors of live
tock should arrive on the grounds not
a.ter than Friday or Saturday before.
he Fair. so as to get the stock quiet
fter shipping and get them to eating
ell before being put into the show
The premium list is very liberal this
'ear, and it is to be hoped that the
nanagement will meet with success
n inducing a very large number of
iew exhibitors to attend the Fair,
o that the Fair will become repre
entative of every section of the State
nd of all the resources of Carolina.
nformation and premium lists will be
heerfully supplied upon application
n person or by letter to Secretary
dove at Columbia. Let all who are
hinking of exhibiting, or wheg~ have
me products or stock, make up their
ninds right now to exhibit, write for
,premium list and then make their
ntries at once. Join the procession
hat is making this Sfate one of the
est in theP country.
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