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have Liver Troubles. If
you're one of the nine
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Full treatment 25 cents.
You can then pay your
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first of each month and
--hich are thus made a
receipt in full for every
dollar you pay out.
You can always make change
with a check.
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nility, .- 40,000
to Depositors, $115,000
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Digests what you eat.
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Wintbrop College Scholarship and Enfrance
The examination for the award of va
eant scholarships in Winthrop College
and for the admission of new students
will be held at the County Court House
on Friday, July 6th, at 9 a. m. Appli
cants must not be less than fifteen years
of age. When scholarships are vacat
ed after July 6th, at 9 a. m. Appli
cants for scholarship should write to
President Johnson before the examina
tion for scholarship application blanks.
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 19th. 190.(; For further in
formation and catalogue,address PRES.
D. 1. Johnson, lock Hill, S. C.
Under a Fly's Wing.
Oie of the Nuremberg toymakers in
closed in a cherry stone which was ex
hibited at the French Crystal palace a
plan of Sevastopol. a railway station
and the "Messiah" of Ilopstock. In
more remote times an account is giTen
of an ivory chariot, constructed by
Mermecides, which was so small that a
fiy could cover it with his wing; also a
ship of the same material which could
be hidden under the wing of a bee.
Pliny, too, tells us tha Homer's
"Iliad," with its 15,000 *rses, was
written in so small a space as to be
contained in a nutshell, while Elian
mentions an artist who wrote a dis
tich in letters of gold which he inclosed
in the rind of a kernel of corn. But the
Harlein manuscript mentions a greater
curiosity than any of the above, it be
Ing nothing more or less than the Bible
written by one Peter Bales, a chancery
clerk, in so small a book that it could
be inclosed in the shell of an English
Handle Work With Gloves.
"I hope," said the woman who was
ordering a pair of slippers made of
flowered satin, "that you will tell your
workman to wash his hands before he
begins to make these up2"
"Wash his hands!"-repeated the clerk.
"Why, madam, he- never will touch
these with his bare hands!"
Then the clerk explained that all
workmen employed in making slippers
of light colors worked wlth white
"Try to keep them clean!" he con
tinued. "I should say they did. They
try so hard that they change their
white gloves three times a day." Which
is not so fantastic as it may seem, for
If a shoemaker soils material of this
kind the expense to him of replacing
the material, to say nothing of the loss
of his time, makes it worth his while
to work in gloves and keep them clean
at that.-New York Press.
It is the opinion of the true gourmet
that of all marine pan fish there is none
to compare with the smelt (Osmerus
mordax). This primary rank is its own
by reason of its delicacy and delicious
flavor, and when fried a light brown in
very fne breaderumba and served with
melted butter there Is none that dis
putes its pre-eaminence. Its delightful
flavor, however, as well as its peculiar
odor, Is evanescent Like the mackerel,
it cannot be too fresh. It is from its
odor that the smelt derives not only Its
familiar but Latin name, an odor so ag
gressive of sliced cucumbers that if its
presence be manifested only to the
sense of smell people are often deluded
into such supposition. This odor is not
marked except in the freshly caught
fish and disappears in the cooking, giv
ing place, however, to a fitting .resur
rection of the smelt to an olfactory
sense still more savory and delightful.
Over the Transom.
Two well known Portland (Me.) men,
L. 3. Carney and Thomas L. Kingr,
roomed together at the Preble House,
in that cIty. One evening Mr. Carney
retired before Mr. King, and the lat
ter, on arriving rather late at the room,
found the door locked, the key on the
inside and his friend snoring loudly. Aft
er repeatedly pounding on the door and
.,akening the other guests he suc
ceeL d in arousing his roommate. Mr.
Carney jumped out of bed and after
climbing on to a chair managed after
considerable trouble to force open the
transom. Then he passed the key out
to King, but sleepily said he was aw
fully sorry for locking him out. But
King felt more than satisfned, as he
roared at the ridiculous performance of
his half awake roommate.-Chicago In
A Curious Fact.
A man who had determined to kill
himself went down to the river to com
mit suicide, and when he began to
write a final message to his wife he
could think of nothing to say except
that some butter which he had ordered
would be found at a certain grocery.
His message bears out a certain fact
discovered by realists-that in the su
preme and soul terrifying moments of
life the most ridiculous and trivial
things often come uppermost in the
Two Guide. to Happiness.
Here are a couple of guides to happi
ness which some wise person has dis
covered: "For a fit cf passion take a
walk in the open air. You may then
speak to the wind without hurting any
person or proclaiming yourself to be a
simpleton. For a fit of idleness count
the tickings of a clock. Do this for one
hour, and you will be glad to pull off
your coat and go to work like a man."
Greek's Worship of Lightning.
The Greeks were so much afraid of
lightning that they worshiped it They
endeavored to avert its malignant in
~tence by hissing and whistling at it.
In places which had suffered by it al
tars were erected and oblations made
to avert the anger of the gods, after
which no one dared to touch or ap
Acting Under Order.
"I should like to go to your party
above all things," Mrs. Lapsling was
saying, "but the doctor says I must
remain exclusive for a week more. I
am troubled with a slight prevarica
tIon of the left lung."-Ohicago Trib
The contemporary mind may in rare
cases be taken by storm, but posterity
never. The tribunal of the present is
accessible to influence; that of the fu
ture is incorrupt-Gladstone.
Laws can discover sin, but not re
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co., Chicago, .ariginated
Honey and Tar as a throat and:f 1uns
remedy, and on account of the .greal
merit and popularity of Foley's Hond3
and Tar many imitations are otfered
for the genuine. These worthless imi,
tations have similar sounding names
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honer and Tar is in a yellow package
Ask for it and refuse any substitute. I
is the best remedy for ecoughs andl colds
The Arant.Co. Drug Store, successo:
to The R B. Tnrea Drug Store.
A Good Complerion.
A good complexiouis impossible with
the stomach out of order. If pasty sal
low people would pay more attention
to their stomachs and less to the skin.
on their faces they would have better
complexions. Kodol for Dyspepsia will
digest what you eat and put your stom
ach back in right shape to do its Own
'work. Kodol relieves palpitation of the
heart, flatulence, sour stomach, heart
burn. etc., Sold by The Arant Co.Drug
Store, successor to The R. B. Loryea
The Great Air Whale.
The native inhabitants of the Fiji
islands believe thunder to be the bel
lowing of the great air whale, a myth
ical creature which, accordin'g to their
folklore stories, inhabits the opposite
side of all thunder clouds. If the regu
lation thunder cloud appears unaccom
panied by the ominous rumblings pe
culiar to such phenomena, They take it
as a token that the Great Spirit is
pleased with their past doing. If, how
ever, on the other hand, the detonations
be frequent and violent they are sure
that the god of the elements is dis
pleased and immediately engage them
selves in all sorts of ludicrous incanta
tions for the purpose of righting mat
ters. Lightning is to them the result
of the air whale gnashing his teeth to
gether and thus striking fire. Another
peculiarity of this primitive people lies
in the fact that they will not partake
of food while a thunder cloud is in
sight, fearing that the air whale will
pounce upon and devour them for such
Speech and Intellect.
A inan who has, by disease or injury,
lost the raculty of talking is generally
also unable to write, and it is only in
exceptional cases that one of these
functions persists while the other is In
abeyance. Cases of this latter kind
show, however, that there are really
two separate centers for the two fac
ulties which are lying very close to
gether and therefore generally suffer
at the same time. If the disease af
fecting them be still mpre extensive
the faculty of intelligent pantomime or
gesticu~lation is likewise abolished. Per
soils who have entirely lost their lad
guage may still be .able to play chess,
backgammon and whist, and they have
been observed to cheat at cards with
some ingenuity. They may also be
sharp in business matters, facts tend
ing to show that speech and intellect
do not run in identical grooves.
The Struggles of a Sculptor.
Augustin Rodin, the French sculptor,
had a great struggle with poverty and
adverse criticism in his youth. Of an
episode of this early period a writer
says: "With that inflexible will and.
singleness of purpose that never failed
him throughout his career the young
sculptor set himself to express in clay,
marble or bronze his conception of life
and art. He used his leisure In work
ing at nighttime, in a deserted stable
he had transformed into a studio, at
his wonderful mask of 'The Man With
the Broken Nose.' . After eighteen
months of hard and patient labor he
finished this mask and sent it to the
salon. It took the hanging committee
fourteen years to discover any merit
in the work, for it was rejected in 1864
and finally accepted only in 1878."
A correspondent of the Chicago Rec
ord-Herald contributes a few odd epi
taphs from cemeteries in various parts
of this country. The following is
found on a tombstone in a cemetery at
Trenton, N. J. Although the fact is
not stated In the inscription, It would
appear that the subject was a scale
maker or had something to do with
His ways were ways of pleasantness
In all life's fitful dream;
He struck a balance with the world,
And then he kicked the beam.
In the cemetery at Copp's Hill, Mass.,
is found the following epitaph:
Sacred to the Memory of
Beloved wife of R'd Garliek.
She slipped her wind
After doing a week's baking.
The Three Heaviest Men.
The three heaviest men of whom any
mention is made in history were Miles
Darden of T6nnessee, Lewis Cornelius
of Pennsylvania and Daniel Lambert
of England. Darden died' in -1857.
When in health he was seven feet six
inches in height and weighed over 1,000
pounds. There is no record of the date
of the death of Cornelius, which oc
curred in Pike county, Pa., but the ac
count says that he was born in 1794.
When In his prime he measured eight
feet two inches around the waist, was
six feet tall and weighed 645% pounds.
Daniel Lambert was an English freak
of the early part of the century and
died in June, 1809. He was of average
height, but weighed 789 pounds.
The phrase "this indenture." which
appears so often in legal papers, is of
curious origin. In the early days parch
ment was used for legal documents be
cause it was cheaper than paper. The
leaves were not cut evenly, but scal
loped with a knife, becoming "Indent
ed." Papers are now cut on straight
lines, but "this indenture" still re
Beauty From Within.
There are faces so fluid with expres
sion, so flushed and rippled by the play
of thought that we can hardly find
what the mere features really are, says
Home Notes. When the delicious beau
ty of linements loses its power it is be
cause a more delicious beauty has ap
peared-that an interior and durable
form has been disclosed.
"Did you ever tell George that I was
"Did he say I did ?"
"Then he loves you, all right. I told
him you were a pouter." - Houston
Don't fool with a wasp because you
think he looks weak and tired. You'
will find out he's all right in the end.
Teddie-Wat are woman's rights, pa?:
-Pa-Eve'ting they want, my boy.
Always remember that.
Made-Happy For Life.
Great happiness came into the home
of S. C.'Bllair, school superintendent,at
St.: ans, W. Va., when his little
. au'iter was restored from the dread
ul complaint he names. He says: "My
lttle daughter had St. Vitus' Dance,
which- yielded to uio treatment but
rew steadily worse until as a last re
sort we tried Electric Bitters; and I re
joice to say, three bottles effected a
complete cure." Quick, sure cure fort
ervous complaints, general debility,
female weaknesses. impoverished blood
and and malaria. Guaranteed by The
Arant Co. Drug Store, successors to
A conrt of rine Mannera.
,t the court of Marie Antoinette ill
emotions and passions were veiled by a
mask of politeness. Even the children
were taught to speak with wit and tact
and courtesy aid to b.ear pain in SI
lence. The little Duc d'Angouleme,
eight years old; when thp old Sanbrun
entered his presence unexpectedly,
said, touching the book in his hand:
"Ah, monsieur, I am in the company
of Plutarch's men. You could not
come at a moment more apropos." The
Count de Pallance, beheaded in his
tenth year, stood erect and calm in the
cart until he reached the guillotine.
The headsman lifted his long curls.
"Monsieur," said the boy, with a bow
and a smile. The next moment his
head rolled in dust. The man or wo
man who showed any signs of preten
tion or self conceit was not received at
court. Profound deference was shown
to women-and to the aged. Well bred
men heard of their own ruin with a
bonmot and went out to fight each
other to the death with such grace and
courtesy that the duel seemed a sacra
ment of friendship.
A Bad Burn.
For a painful burn there is nothing
like DeWitt'sWitch HazelSalve. There
are a host of imitations of DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve on the market-see
hat you get the genuine. Ask for De
Witt's. Good, too, for sunburn, cuts,
bruises, and especially recommended
for piles. The name E. C. DeWitt &
Co., Chicago, is on every box. Sold by
The Arant Co. Drux Store, successor
The R. B. Loryea Drug atore.
A Generous Actor.
Sir Henry Irving one day met a bro
ken down actor In the Strand. "I nev
er see you at the theater now," said
Pir Henry. The other murmured some
thing about his ill luck and shabbiness.
"Oh, nonsense; you come tomorrow
and give your name at the box office!"
He went, to find two tickets awaiting
him, with a fifty dollar note.
A Domestic Discussion
Wife-William, I do think our boys.
are the worst I -ever saw. I'm sure
they don't get it from me. Husband
(snappishly)--Well, they don't get it
from me. Wife (reflectively)-No, Wil
liam; you seem to have all yours yet.
The Very Least.
"Ah!" he sighed. "If you only gave
me the least possible hope I"
"Good gracioui!" retorted the~ hard
hearted belle. "I've been giving you
the least I ever gave to any man!"
Jack-What seemed to be the hard
est thing to you In learning to ride the
bicycle? Tom-The ground.
Famous Strike Breakers.
The most famous strike' breakers in
the land are Dr. King's New Life Pills.
When liver and bowels go on strike,
hey quickly settle the trouble, ano
fhe purifying work goes right on. Best
:,ure for constipation, headache ana
izziness. 25c at The Arant Co. Drug
Store, successor to The R. B. Loryea
Scientifically humming birds are "tro
childae," and those who make a spe.
cial study of them are "trochilidists,"
although the birds are not identical
with the old Greek "'trochilus,'4or "rn
ner," bird, which, according to Herod
otus, entered the jaws of the sleep
ing crocodile and obliged its big friend
by picking leeches from his throat. The
Spanish name for the humming bird Is
"tominejo," meaning a third of a dram
and referring, of course, to the bird's
minuteness. But the prettiest names
are those, such as the French "frou
frou," which refer to the humming
noise sometimes produced by the al
most incredibly rapid vibration of the
wings. "Purring with her wings" is
the expression of Thomas Morton
(1632), the first English writer to men
tion the humming bird.
C A.. TOR~~.IA.
Bars asThe Kind You Have Always Bought
The Jeweler's Carat.
The carat is a standard used by the
jewelers to express both weight and
fineness. When It Is used as a weight
it is equal to four grains, or the one
hundred and twentieth part of an ounce
roy.' In determining the fineness of
precious metals twenty-four carats Is
considered the highest standard of pu
rity. Accordng to this standard, an
eighteen carat gold ring contains three
parts of gold and one of some base
Original Me=ann- of "Snob."
"Snob" meant originally in the land
of Its origin a person of plebeian sta
tion, considered from the height of
*birt."P It was a word used with the
downward eye and upward nose of su
perior station or assigned to the
haughty by ppular convention. Then
Thackeray took it and rebuked with it
the social ambitions of the vulgar.
Bears aoThe Kind You Have Always Bought
Coins of Enormous size.
When the area and square inches of
surface are taken into consideration,
the largest coins ever Issued by any
government on the globe were those put
into circulation by Sweden during the
sixteenth century. These mammoth
pieces are neither round, square, oval
nor octagon In shape, but are great ir
regular slabs of copper described as
"resembling pieces of a boiler after an
explosion." The smallest piece issued
under the law which authorized this gi
gantic coinage was an irregular rectan
gular slab of about twelve square inch
es of surface and about half an inch
thick. It was worth 30 cents. The lar
gest of the same series was about a
foot square and had a face value of $4.
Each of these copper slabs is stamped
in several places on the face, the vari
os inscriptions giving the date, denom
ination, etc. The four dollar piece men
tioned .last above is nearly an inch in
thickness and weighs four pounds. lack
ing a fraction.
It pours the oil of life into your sys
em. It warms you up and starts the
life blood circulating. That's what
ollister's Rocky Mountain Tea does.
3 cents, Tea.or Tablets. Dr. WV. E.
Brown & Co.
Talk and sleep.
Doctor-Do you talk in your sleep?
Patient-No; I talk in other people's.
I'm a clergyman.
The ritualistic use of candles in
The Truce of... Goa.
One of the most curious of the many
queer mediaeval customs was that
known as "the truce of God." From
what we have been able to learn of it
the custom appears to have originated
as an outgrowth of a desire to protect
the common people to some extent at
least against the lawless tyranny of
the feudal lords of the middle ages. It
was first decreed at a church synod
which convened at Roussillon in the
year 1027. By this decree It was pro
vided that no man should attack his
enemy between Saturday evening at
nones and Monday morning at the
hour of prime. About the year 1032 a
similar compact was entered Into' be
tween the church and the barons of
England. The church forbade barons
to make any attack upon each other
between sunset on Wednesday night
and sunrise on the following Monday
or upon any feast or fast day. The
same truce made provision that no
man should be disturbed while labor
ing at his trade or while going to or
from a place of worship.
Lost a Railroad.
"A champagne dinner once cost St
Joseph, Mo., the Union Pacific rail
road," said an old railroad official.
"The Union Pacific aid bill was up for
consideration in congress in the early
sixties. It fixed St. Joseph as the
eastern terminus of the road. While
the bill was under consideration a ban.
quet was held at St. Joseph. It was
attended by many of the leading men
of the town. After they had filled up
on champagne a question arose as to
which flag should float from the city
hall. The Confederate flag was finally
decided on, and in the morning the
stars and stripes were hauled down
and the stars and bars hoisted. The
news reached Washington that very
day, while the Union -Pacific bill was
still under consideration. Senator
Pomeroy moved that the name St. Jo
seph, Mo.. be stricken from the bill
and Omaha, Neb., be substitute! The
amendment carried and St. Joseph
thereby lost the Union Paclfic."-Kan
sas City Journal.
40 A ig T5: O - .A .
Beri h Kind You Have Always Bought
The Japanese Language.
The Japanese language has some fea
tures which puzzle beginners in its use.
In English when one has learned the
name for rice that ends it. Not so in
Japan. Begin with cooked rice, meshi.
When eaten by a child it is called
mama. In speaking to another person
of eating rice you call it gozen. As a
merchant sells it, uncooked, it is kome,
and as it grows In the field It Is ine. S
a carpenter's foot, or shaku, is about
twelve inches, but a tailor's Is fifteen.
A kin or pound of beef Is fourteen
ounces, of flour twenty-one, of suga
over thirty. The ri, or mile, varies in
different provinces, and on the Fusi
yama ascent half a ri is marked a ri
because It's so much harder work going
Mrs Sue Martin, an old and highly
respected resident of Faisonia, Miss.
was sick with stomach trouble for more
than six months. Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets cured her. She
says: "I can now eat anything "I want
and am the proudest woman in the
world to find such a good medicine.'
For sale by The Arant Co. Drug Store,
successor to The R. B. Loryea Drug
A Perieet Lear.
The teacher of a large class In one of
the New York schools once said to the
pupils who were leaving for the sum
mer: "I want each of you to search for
a perfect leaf and bring It to me when
school reopens. Remember, it must be
perfect-every tooth right, not to speaki
of mold or blight or dIscoloration, not
a vein broken." They searched faith
fully, but none found a perfect leaf,
though they learned a great deal about
leaves while they examined them thus
carelly.-New York Times.
Kennedy's Laxative lioney and Tar
Cures ali Conghs, s expels Colds from
the systemt by gently moving thie bowels.
The First Inquest.
The nearest approach to the holding
of a judicial Inquiry into the cause of
death In England occurred as long age
as the year 1200, when, according to ax
old writer on the subject, "six and
twenty venerable persons were sum
moned together to hear and consider
the testimony of any who could speali
with authority regarding the death of
a digger in the fields named Marti
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
If you wish to test
on of these Razoig
without RISK or
your part, spply
to us foe
sable Concave $0
for Heavy Bad
- rho seo&It -stata to shavers,"
For sale by D). 0. REHAMt;.
W. 0. W.
Woodmen of the World.
Meets on fourth Monday nights at
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Ruben R. Hudgens de
ceased,will present them duly attesterd,
and those owing said estate will make
MIAR'Y M. HUDGFNS,
Foreston, S. C.
April 23rd, 1906.
ccae. esnS besetiac, the bair
30c~and $100 at Drugst
Rin our Job Work to The Tumes office.
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
The $1.00 bottl. cortain 2% times the trial sze, which ses for So centL
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Headache, Sour Stom *L thoroughly and clears
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Chroni-c Constipation. pimples and blotches.
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I rbair Stoves, Pumps and run water
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me a cal. LAME. WoronflsYeversh-F
My horse is-lame. Why? Because I F0
did not have it. shod by Rt. A. White, a ifleSg tueo
the man that puts on such neat shoes
and makes horses travel with so much
We Make Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of re
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