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LD SRES OFFEvc-_
Nothing is more offensive than an old sore
refuses to heal. Patiently, day after day, it is treated and nursed, every
e, powder, etc., that is heard of is tried, but does no good, until the very
of it grows offensiveto the sufferer and he becomes disgusted and mor
They are not only offensive, but dangerous, because the same germ
tha produces cancerous ulcers is back of every old sore. The cause is in
e and as lon as Some years ago my blood became poisoned, and
an cnthe e willrbe the doctor told me I would have running sores for.
and contiue to grow life, and that if they were closed up the result
'fand more destructive, would be fatal. Under this discouraging report I
Sfact that thousands of left off their treatment and resorted to the use of
sores have been cut out S. S. S. Its effects were prompt and gratifying.
deven the bones scraped, It took only a short.while for the medicine to en
yt they rettirned, is in- tirely cure up the sor es, and I am not dead as the
e evidence that the doctors intimated I would be, neither have the
is diseased and respon- sores ever broken out again. Joax W. Fweis.
for the sore or ulcer. Wheeling, W. Va., May 28, 1903.
luable time is lost in experimenting with external treatments, such as
powders, washes, etc., because the germs and poisons in the blood
be removed before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cleanses and pui
circulation so that it carries rich, new blood to the parts and the
sore or ulcer heals permanently. S. S. S. not only
removes the germs and poisons, but strengthens the
blood and builds up the entire system by stimulat
ing the organs, increasing the appetite and giving
energy to the weak, wasted constitution. It is an
Sa ng tonic, aids the digestion and puts every part of the body in
healthy condition. . Book on the blood, with any medical advice wished,
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Its Haze and Warmth Due to the
"Aerial Gulf Stream."
Formerly the smol- :: and the
somewhat greater degree of warmth
and other characteristics of "1ndian
summer" were thought to be caused by
mountain fires or the burning of fallen
leaves. Scientists have now proved,
however, that the haze and increased
warmth are due to the annual forma
tion of what has been called the "ae
rial gulf stream," or "vapor plane."
This high current, generated in equa
torial seas by ascending masses of
vapor charged air, flows northward
through the upper atmosphere. over
sweeps the southern and gulf states
azid descends toward the earth or ocean
as it approaches New England and
Canada on its journey toward the po
lar circle. In the afternoon and night,
when the earth throws off the heat re
ceived during the day, especially in the
autumn weeks. when the temperature
is declining and the capacity of the air
to receive and hold moisture is on the
decrease, the presence of this mantle
arrests radiation. Covering the re
maining vegetation and harvest with a
shield, it protracts the grain ripening
period to meet the necessities of the
It has been shown that the first re
corded appearance of the term "Indian
summer" was in 1794. It seems to have
been well known and recognized at
that time. In New England it was
supposed that the term came from the
prevalanuce of the southwest winds,
which, the Indians thought, were sent
as a mark of favor by their peculiar
deity. Coutanowoit. However, in many
parts of the United States it was the
the Indians of the northwest It was the
period between the gathering and stor
ing of summer supplies and the selec
tion of winter quarters in the haunts
of the large game; hence it was the
period of migration. The term "Indian
summer" has been adopted by English
speaking peoples throughout the whole
world. The season is well defined in
England. It -is peculiar also to central
Europe. In the old world as well as
the new it is characterized by dry fogs,
a glowing sky, absence of heavy rain
and mild temperature.
In England its early name was "All
hallow sMmmer," in Wles and Bel
gium it is known as "St. Michael's
summer," in Germany as "St Gall's
summer" and the "summer of old
women," in Bohemia as "St. Wences
laus' summer," in Sweden as "St.
Bridget's summer" and in Lombardy
as "St Theresa's summer." Indian
summer is especially noticeable in' the
far northwest of this continent. In
Vancouver and other portions of Brit
ish America there is a second growth
of verdure lasting until after Christ
mas. From the northern states of the
Union it extends north to the arctic
Full of Tradgic Truth.
are these lines from J. H. Simmons, of
asey" La. Think what might have re
sulted from his terrible cough it he
ad not taken the medicine about which
he writes: "I had a fearful cough, dis
turbed my night's rest, I tried every
hing. but nothing would relieve it,
ntil I took Dr. King's New Discovery
or Consumption, coughs, and colds,
hich completely cured me." Instant
ly relieves and permanently cures all
throat and lung diseases: prevents
rip and pneumonia. At The R. _B.
oryea Drug Store. Guaranteed: 50c
ad $1.00. Trial bottle free.
The Horse During the Middle Ages.
The importance of the horse during
the middle ages, especially in the cru
sades and in the tournaments which
followed in the wake of the crusades,
i significanit. Fully half the glamor
and romance that surrounded the
knight belonged to the horse, for with
out the horse those daring deeds in be
alf of.- the weak and suffering had
never beeni done. The horse, however,
has had his reward, for the best fea
ture of the middle age, outside the
church, is closely ident'ified with his
name, lasting traces of which are seen
in the noble word "chivalry."
Don't Borrow Trouble.
It is a bad habit to borrow anything,
but the worst thin2l you can possibly
orrow, is trouble. When sick, 'sore.
eavy, weary and worn out by the
pains and poisons of dyspepsia, bilious
ness, Bright's disease, and similar in
internal disorders, don't sit down and
brood over your symptoms, but fly for
relief to Electric Bitters. Here you
will find sure and permanent forget
ulness of all your troubles, and your
ody will not be burndened by a ioad
of d'isease. At The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store. Price 50c. Guaranteed.
Africans Wash, but Never Wipe.
Great attention is given in most of|
the Africhn tribes to the care of the'
body. The teeth are cleansed with a
stick which has been chewed into a
kind of brushi. The hands are washed
frequently, not by turning and twist
ing and rubbing them together one
within the other, as with us, but by a
straight up and down rubbing, such as
is given to the other limbs. This man
ner of washing is so characteristic that
an African might be distinguished by
it from a European without reference
to the color. The sun is their only
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Best and
"Mothers buy is for croupy children,
railroad men buy is for severe coughs
nd elderly people buy it for la grippe,"
ay More Bros., Eldon, Iowa. "-We sell
more of Chamnberlain's Cough R~emedy
than any other kind. It seems to have
taken thie lead over several other good
brands." There is no question but this
nedicine is the best that can be pro
ured for coughs and colds, whether it
be a child ov an adult that is afflicted.
t always cures and cures quickly. Sold
y The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac
. Lorvea, Prop.
The Mighty Huater.
"Yes," says our host, "this is the
skin of a grizzly bear that I shot in
"But," we suggest gently, "grizzly
bears are only found in Colorado and
localities in that latitude."
"I know," he replies proudly. "But
I chased this fellow clean out of this
country and shot him at last. I was
clean out of breath when I got within
range of him too?"-Chicago Tribune.
Bears the TeKind You Have Always Bought
A Witness' Rletort..
Curran once so far forgot hipnself as
to tell a witness whose evidence he
wiished to discredit that there was
scoundrelsna reflected in his face. "*I
was never before aware that my face
nade such a good mirror," retorted
the other. The answer was all the
more pointed from the fact that Cur
ran, despite his unrivaled forensic
OUR NEW YORK.LETTER.
BY 11. W. FINLAYSON.
The mania for gambling in all
its forms prevails generally in
New York. The people bet on
everything. For every loser
there is a winner, so that it is
simply another case of changing
The Municipal Ownership
League, W. Randolph Hearst
President, J. G. Phelps Stokes
Vice President, is beginning an
active campaign to repeat the
Chicago Dunne victory here. At
the big Cooper Union meeting
addressed by Hearst, Dunne,
Shearin, Phelps Stokes, Tom
Watson and others it was gen
erally conceded that Watson
made the best speech tiery filled
with enthusiasm: Watson is pos
sessed of the Southern oratori
cal gifts and knows how to use
them to advantage.
The great Pennsylvania Rail
road Station now being built on
Manhattan Island is well under
way, the New York Central is to
try to eclipse it and work will
begin soon on its temporary sta
tion, to cost $2000,000 when com
pleted, the present palatial one
will be wrecked and the finest in
the world erected in its stead.
The Equitable Life fight is.
still on with no early prospect
of a settlement as the matter has
now been brought into the courts
and readers know that this
means endless litigation.
Coney Island is opening up for
the season many new attractions
and ere many days the millions
will flock there as heretofore for
recreation, revelry and devil
ment. Coney Island is the most
popular sum'cfer resort on the
globe and more people visit it
than any place in the world.
Thompson & Dundy's new Hip
podrome has been completed and
opened. The receipts the first
night were $30,000 and hundreds
turned away. This mammoth
enterprise is on 6th Avenue and
45th Street, in heart of New
The race tracks are opening
for the season. "Playing the
ponies," is -popular, men and
women and children stake their
last dime on the races. The many
lose, the few win and pocket
for times, has always been so,
and probably will always be.
Hearst, with his -papers, is in
the fight to defeat Tammany and
a more exciting municipal elec
tion has never been witnessed
than is promised this fall. Judge
Seaburg will likely lead the
Hearst faction for Mayor and
some lively times are ahead.
McClellan will be the Tammany
candidate-with Jerome prob
ably at the head of the Citizens
The Bishop Potter incident
has died out. The Bishop must
not be looked upon longer as the
mouthpiece of the great Epis
copal church on outside matters,
as one of the clergy recently ex
pressed it, he represents him
self only on these public ques
J. G. Phelps Stokes, the young
millionaire philantropist, has
announced his betrothal to Miss
Harriet Pastor, once a humble
East Side Jewish girl, employed
in a cigar factory, earning eight
dollars per week, later develop
ing into a writer of note in the
Jewish Daily News. Miss Pastor,
like Stokes, is interested greatly
in benevolent work among the
poor, and as has been, said, she
is above any religion, her faith
The Nan Patterson trial prom
ises to be more exciting than be
fore. The effect of the return of
J. Morgan Smith and his wife to
testify, the latter being a sister
of Miss Patterson. cannot as yet
be foretold- on the prisoner's
se, The Kind You Have Always Bought
CHARMING DOLLY MADISON.
The Greatent of All the Mistreumeu of
thec White Houue.
To define the charm of a charming
woman is always diffcult. Dolly Mad
Ison's features were not regular, nor
was her figure perfect. She was not
witty, nor was she wise, and she par
ticipated little if at all in her hus
band's intellectual life. Nevertheless
she stands out as the greatest of all
mistresses or the White House, and
her popularity was unbounded. she
ruled over her world In Washington
with genial good natfire and instine
ive tact. Her nature was warm, af
fectionate and impressionable. She
loved life and people, and her world
loved her. Her brilliant coloring, ani
mated face and well rounded figure
went with a cordial manner and a sym
pathy for those about her ariounting
to genius, and she was always ready
to bubble into laugh'ter.
Who could resist such a woman, the
wife of a president? She was the cen
ter of observation at the Inaugural
ball, but she would have been the cen
ter of observation at any ball even if
she had not been the president's wife.
She had, in fact, ruled as Indisputably
over the little boarding house in Phila
delphia kept by her mother when she
was the Widow Todd as she did over
the W~hite House as Mrs. Madison.
Gailard Hunt in Century.
The System Needs Some
sort of a tonic in the spring time. This
lack of energy and "tired feeling" is a
common ailment at this season. Per
haps you have in mind some Spring
Medicine you would like to take. .f
you can get Dr. King's Irom Tonic Bit
ters, take that-don't hesitate. No cure
no pay. By Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Te Beuettinlg Sin of "Gentlemen."
All people above the condition of la
borers are ruiined by excess of stimu
lus and nourishment, clergy Included. 1
never yet saw any gentleman who ate
and drank as little as was reasonable.
Looking back on my past life, I find
that all my miseries of body and mind
have proceeded from indigestion.
Sydney Smith's Cofgfstion.
DESIGNING A HEAD.
An Interesting Tonsorial Operation
by the Famous Whistler.
"Amazing!" the favorite ejaculation
of the brilliant and eccentric artist,
James MacNeill Whistler, is the word
which seems best to fit the curious
combination of person.al peculiarities
mischievous wit, tricksy jests, gay
quarrels, harmless vanities and remark
able artistic performance-revealed in
Mr. Mortimer Menpes' recent recollec
tions of his "Master." The eccentrici
ties of Whistler's character were
matched by those of his appearance,
for he never dressed like anybody else,
and he had, just over his left eye, a
single lock of white hair amid a mass
of black curls. His own interest in
his appearance was great, for he re
garded the composition of costume and
coiffure with the same seriousness
which he would have bestowed upon
the composition of a picture, and in
deed the result was unmistakably pic
"Customers ceased to be interested
in their own hair," says Mr. Menpes of
Whistler's entrance into a barber's
shop. "Operators stopped their manip
ulations; every one turned to watch
Whistler, who himself was supremely
unconscious. His hair was first trim
med, but left rather long, Whistler
meanwhile directing the cutting of
every lock as he watched the barber in
the glass. He, poor fellow, only too
conscious of the delicacy of his task,
shook and trembled as he manipulated
the scissors. The clipping completed,
Whistler waved the operators imperi
'usly on one side, and we observed for
some time the reir view of his dapper
little figure, stepping backward and
forward, surveying himself in the
glass. Suddenly he put his head into a
basin of water, and then, half drying
his hair, shook it into matted wet curls.
With a comb he carefully picked out
the white lock, wrapped it in a towel
and walked about for five minutes,
pinching it dry, with the rest of his
hair hanging over his face-a stage
which much amused the onlookers.
"Still pinching the towel, he would
then beat the rest of his hair into ring
lets (combing would not have given
them the right quality) until they fell
into decorative waves all over his head.
A loud scream would then rend the
air. Whistler wanted a comb. This
procured, he would comb the white lock.
Into a feathery plume and with a few
broad movements of his hand form the
whole into a picture. Then he would
look beamingly at himself in the glass
and say but two words, 'Menpes,
amazing!' and sail triumphantly out of
For a Weak Digestion.
No medicine can replace food but
Chamberlain's Stomack and Liver
Tablets will help you digest your food.
It is not the quantity of food taken that
gives strength and vigor to the system,
but the amount digested and assimi
lated. If troubled with a weak diges
tion, don't fail to give these Tablets a
trial. Thousands have been benefitted
by their use. They only cost a quarter.
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
The Lease of Life.
It is the inevitable law of nature
21ht- we must die. The vital energy
hat is implanted In the body at birth
s only meant to sustain it for a cer
tain number of years. It may be hus
banded or wasted, made to burn slowly
r rapidly. It Is like the oil in a lamp
md may be burned out to little 'effect
n a little time or carefully husbanded
nd preserved and thus made to Tast
longer and burn brighter.
It is a moot question whether every
Individual is not at birth gifted with
he same amount of vital energy and
of life sustaining power. The proba
bility is that each is. The circumi
stances of the environment from the
cradle to the grave determine its fu
ture destiny.--Gentlemlanl's Magazir.e.
A Good Doctor
f South Carolina said: "I have used
Dr. King's Remedies - a great deal in
my practice and find that they give
perfect satisfaction to both myself and
patients. I heartily reconimend them
W. R. Clayburn, M. D."
And they still growv in favor because
they cure. Guaranteed by Dr. W. E.
Bron a Co.
Burns Got the Silver.
Bobby Burns' associations with Car
lisle were of an active personal char
acter, as there are interesting anec
dotes to prove. It was at Carlisle that
he fell into the company of three farm
ers, and in the course'of their conviv
iality the farmers agreed with Burns
to try their hand. at versemnking, and
all four deposited. half a crown on the
table for the one who wrote the best.
Burns, by the way, on entering the
room was welcomed by the others as
"Johny IPeep." What the farmers
wrote is not known, but the following
was Burns' production, and of course
he lifted the "siller:"
I, Johnny Peep,
Saw three fat sheep,
And these three sheep saw me;
Half a crown apiece
Wil pay for their lieece,
And so Johnny Peep goes free.
A Tried and True Friend.
One Minute Cough Cure contains not
an atom of any harmful drug, and it
has been curing coughs, colds. croup
and whooping ~cough so long that it has
proven itself to be a tried and true
friend to those who use it. Sold by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
The Shortest sermon Ever Aeted.
As to preaching, arguing and inter
preting Scripture in the pulpit, the ec
centricities of ministers are endless.
We need not have recourse to such sto
ries as that of Lorenzo Dow, who per
formed "the shortest sermon on rec
ord." His subject was "Backsliding,"
and what might be called the body of
his sermon consisted in his climbing up
a smooth sapling with great pains and
difficuty and the sliding down again.
An immense concourse of people had
assembled to hear him, and great was
their astonishment at witnessing this
performance. The only words luttered
were, "Hold on there, Dow; hold on."
Trhen he slid down again, put on his hat
The Right Name is DeWitt..
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cools,
soothes and heals cuts, burns, boils,
bruises, piles and all skin diseases. K.
E. Zickefoose, Aldoph, W. Va., says:
"My little daughter had white swelling
so bad that piece after piece of bone
worked out of her leg. De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve cured her.'' It is the most
wonderful healing salve in the world.
Beware of counterfeits. Sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Modern Mother--Why, child alive,
what are you taking off that -dolly's
lothes for? Modern Child-Fm go
n' to zamine her to see if she's been
vaccinated. I can't have 'er spreadin'
tagio among my other dollies.-Balti
Is hereby given that on and after May
1st, 1905, the Board of County Commis
sioners for Clarendon County will hire
Road Overseers, in each township of
said county, for the purpose of ordering
out hands and superintending work on
the Public Roads. in their respective
The overseers will be directed to or
der out all male adults in their respec
tive townships, except those that are
by law exempted from duty on the
Public Roads, and those that produce
a commutation tax receipt from the
Treasurer of Clarendon County for
year 1905, four days during the months
of May and June for the purpose of
working the Public Roads of said
All those who are subject to Road
duty will be required to work four con
secutive days in the spring and the
same number of days in the fall.
The time for paying commutation
taxes has been extended until June 1st,
By order of Board.
T. C. OWENS,
E. B. BROWN. Clerk. [29-t3
The Staple and
carries a full and complete line of Green and
Parched Coffees, Sugars. Grits, Meal and all
You can find on my shelves, right fresh Can
ned Meats of all kinds,. including such delica
cies as Chicken. Tongue, Chipped Beef, Lob
sters. Shrimps. etc.
I have the entire garden of freshly canned
Vegetables of the staple variety, including far
off Boston Baked Beans.
Of the easily digestea cereal preparations I
carry, a:nong others. Force, Shredded Wheat,
Cream oi Wheat, etc.. all of which is delicious,
helthful and nutritious-the very food for dys
peptics and invalids.
You want Condiments. None are better than
HEINZ'S CELEBRATED PICKLES, MUSTARDS,
and his varied line of appetizing relishes. I
Now is the time to buy your Jellies and Pre
serves. Come to MOUZON'S for them.
I keep all the time a full line of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
You can get your breakfast, dinner and sup
per from my store. I can feed the toiling la
borer or -the fastidious epicure; the irritable
dyspeptic and the pettish invalid.
dy R EA G, live and let live, with
golden rule prices covers my motto.
Before buying for your table call and see
The Baik of Manning,
MANNING, S. C.
Capital Stock, - $40,000
Surplus, - - 30,000
bility, - - 40,000
to Depositors, $110,000
your money with us is an altogether
safe and sensible proposition. We loan
money on proper security and in rea
sonable sums, always,.naturally, giving
precedence to the application of a r eg
ular customer of this
Special attention given to lady cus
LAND FOR SALE.
T wo hundred acres of land with nine
room dwelling-house and other im
provements for sale; 150 acres cleared
land, 50 acres of woodland, 1+ miles
from Workman, Clarendon county, S. C.
WILLIAM J. MULDROW.
Woodmen of the World.
.\eets on fourth Monday nights at
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
WRITE LIFE INSURIANCE.
- Good reliable agents wanted for the
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
P. MOSES, JR.,
General Agent, Sumter, S. C.
THE SUMMERTON HOTEL.
Having made special preparations,_
am now better prepared to entertain
the traveling public than ever before.
I especially invite the transient pat
ronage. H. A. TISDALE,
SOME G00D ADVICE
Take care of the pennies and after awhile the
dollars will take care of you.
Tenpting offers in Dry. Goods has become a fixed
- principal with us.
All that is timely and up-to-date will be found
in our general dry goods department and at prices _
. that will help you to save the pennies. Same kinds
and qualities as you will find elsewhere can be had
here for less monev.
Have in stock and receiving 'daily, a supply. of
Persian and Indian Lawns, 28 to 3o inches wide and
prices ranging from 5 to 25.cents per yard.
. Also numerous designs in French Organdies,
White Lawns, Dress Linings. Dotted Swisses, Fancy
Waistings. In fact a stock of Waist Goods, Ladies'
Collars and Cuffs to match that will please the trade.
to shield yourself from the rays of the burning sun,
and to give you that obvious appearance that one
These are the' styles that' you need: Men's,
Boys' and Youth's*Malagaform Hats. extra crown. 2
to 7 3-8 brim.
Latest novelty flat iron shapes, trimmed with',
The 4-dent shape Textile. Paiama, new designs
for young men.
Also Felt and Wool of the latest styles, includ-"
: ing -the Stetson, of which we are offering 'at a very
It is needless to say anything in regard to our
Men's, Boys & Youth's Clothing,
as a great number are through. the country speaking
for themselves. We still have a 'pretty fair line of
Clay Worsteds, Wool Cheviots and Serges that will
pay you to see before purchasing elsewhere.
.Don't forget, Ladies', we are still selling Hat.
Come and see us.
i The public to come and inspect our stock of
Fancey & Staple Groceries ~
8We carr rthis line and willxcheerfullygive-youritces, as
Sit is to your interest to keep in touch with them.
IYes, we have the best Full Patent and if 'you are
somewhat dissatisfied with your flour, try our 10,0 per
cent. and we feel reasonably sure you. will be pleased,
that is if you are lookingfor a.high class article.
IWe carry both parched and green, and if you 'want a
'frst class article, something nicely flavored and contain
wetat yu do not cnuse these goods with pols
eSsU e qoe youpres inblk e rtainly, wit
Can, supply your wants to.
In the way of Farm Imple
ments prices are guar
Call to see us.
DICKSON HARDNAIE COMPANY