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a Flatalency. It assimi
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ought, and which has been
as borne the signature of
s been nade under his per
upervision since its infancy.
no one to deceive you in this.
nd "Just-as-good" are but
and endanger the health of
ience against Experiment.
tute for Castor Oil, Pare.
yrups. It is Pleasant. It
rphino nor other Narcotic
rantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhca and Wind.
robes, cures Constipation
tes the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep.
re lwy Bought
Per 30 Years.
-Look After Your Property.
it is a safe rule In this world to look
carefly aften I he detalus of your mmrn
prperty. .e sure your- title deeds are
reorded, that your insurance Is ,cept
up. that you alne have the key to
your strong bos i: the safety vault.
Do not leave your seurities with your
broker. If he I- doing a conservative
busbese ehas no Deed of them. If be
isn't you don'i want him to handle
s property. The vonder is that
with all the condence reposed in
financial matters there are so few def
alations. There N. no itse In =mking
! it easy for some one to get your prop
erty. In this world It Is hard for most
persons to acquIre arything. and they
should be caeful to the last degree In
eeing.that they are fully protec*ed In
I Britain's Greatoot P-.ipice.
I Writing to the Newca.:5e Journal In
regard to the drowning of three bird
atchers at St. Kila. ,A correspondent
says the wild fowls of St. Kilda fiad
nesting places that enable them to bid
defance to the sportsman and to the
most 4aring of bird catchers. There
Is, for exazmple. the precipice called
Coagher. the -same being far and
away the greatest precipice In the
Bitish isles, the deepest perpendicu
lar precipice. It rises from the sea
level. to a clear height of 1.220 feet
nider. that a man might jump from
out gettng A scratch by 'the way.'
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a 3 andmoea mrtinses
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100 onainln tstot
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Testities After Four Years.
ar.l..isle Cener. N. ., B. Bur
. wr~t : ".\bo . our y tr. a::o I
-: 1 that, I had i evn entire t. -
. I.:; .n r u ht baiit -s hot
1.- for e.trs I a a: :a;in ph-a-d4*t to
that I have avrer had ny return
Of those4 svmptoms. anti am evit6lnt.iv
e1red to -tav cured."- Folev's Kidney
Ikemedy wilto to :-he snw lor you. W.
F.. Brown N: CO.
SECOND WKKK JrI'!t.
C .1 Gibs.on. Silver. R F D.
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J E Grahni. Jordan.
H J Morris, Turbevi:le.
J A Prailsford. Suumerton.
J T )uBose. Turbeville.
W I Buddin, Turbeville.
P W Stukes, Davis Station.
W L McFaddin. Lake City, R F 1).
John C Grahamu. Davis Station.
W C Player, Turbeville.
P B Hodire, Pinewood.
H E Ardis. Pinewood.
V R Davis.. Silver. R F D.
S M Floyd. Lake City. R F ).
.1 M Gialloway, Mannag.
H J Haley. Foreoton.
.Ur C NeSmtith. Suumertou.
D E Hoiladav. Suminerton.
R H Brg:.Silver.
J D McElveen, -New Zion. R F D.
John W Bradham. Manning.
6 E Ingram. Mlanuing.
J L Johnson. Davis Station.
J D Reese. Alcola.
S H Chewning,. Summerton, R F D.
J J Worshaw. Lake City.
M M Geddings, Packtville.
'T G Turbeyille. Turbeville.
A (4 Chewning. Summerton.
A C Harvin. Manning.
T K McElveen. Lake City. R F ).
S W Coker. Turbeville.
W E Tisdale, Packsville.
W C White. Wilson. R F D..
C M Cook. Lake City, R F D.
A Rhineland Legend.
There is a Rhinetaud iegend of three
German robbers whu. having :cquired
by various atroclites what amounted
to a very valuable booty. agreed to dl
vide the spoil and to retire from so
dangerous a vocation. When the day
appointed for this purpose arrived one
of them was dispatched to a neighbor
ing town to purchase provisions for
their last carousal The other two
secretly agreed to murder him on his
return that they might divide his
share between them. They did so. But
the murdered man was a closer cal
culator even than his asansn for he
had previously poisoned a part of the
provisions, that he might appropriate
'to himself the whole of the spoil. This
precious trinmvirate were found dead
Salt Codfish Omeiet.
Soak a piece of salt codfish about six
inches square- overnight Split six
crackers and lay them in cold water,
just enough tW cover them. In the
morning pick the fish due and mix
wel with the soaked crackers, three
well beaten eggs and a piece of butter
the sine of an egg, also salt and pep
per. Take one quart of milk and add
to it one de4ertspoonfui of four. Boil
fie minutes and pour over in the dish
in which It is to be baked. Bake
twnty mlnutes.-Boston Post.
A Nzrw Escape.
Edgar N. Bayliss, a merchant of Rob.
insonville, Del.. wrote: "About two
I ears ago I was then and sick. and
coughed all the time and if I did not
hae consumption, it was near to it. I
commenced using Foley's Honey and
Tar, and it stopped my conugh, and I
am now ent~irely well, ard have gained
twenty-eigh& pounds, al) due to the
good results from taking Folevs Honey
ad Tar." W.2E. Brown &Co.
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a'ae sty'e. Pictorial Review is n<
jnterestng," its articles broad, ar1
ie of the regular deportmnents a.
dressmaking. millinery, croche
bousehold finance, sanmtation, horr
g, money-making suggestions f<
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A New City a i nousand Y:r . Old.
Budapest. whose front is ecire-d with
lights like . rn)W. whom- lisi ris
dark and ft-'thery abovt- tIe rivtr.
whose partina::t? bulndin;;sr:: :long
the bank and are seconafll ti, :o:e but
Wkestminsrer -udapest. bight. ilash
ing. -ay. beautiful. ;,xdern .zd rich.
ardent aud executive. elose. ui and
amalgarmative. blender of Pwopl's-b;
the product of only a few de'-advs. and
yet at its last exposition it celebrated
its thousandth birthday. l'est. to the
right of the river-for the citics are
twin and divided by the Danube-Pest
dates back to =Z0). and Duda was the.
Ofen of the Romans. Ruda clinbs up
the opposite hill. today magniticently
new, but sown round Awith -reen
crumbling walls that mark the passing
of the original founders whose painted
galleys came up the Danube from the
Black sea. The twentieth century civi
lization. sharply new and powerful.
must for a moment be brushed aside
and the Buda of mediaeval times put in
its stead.-Marie Van Vorst lit Ear
Choosing a Builder.
The selection of a builder is quite as
Important a matter in putting up a
house as the choice of an architect.
Don't choose the cheapest builder
merely because he is cheapest. If you
accept his bid. Lind out the reason of
the cheapness Frequently the builder
bs a man of little means. and often he
operates on borrowed capital. Should
the builder become bankrupt or fail to
pay for hi' labor or materials the own
er. under the anechacs' laws of most
states. becomes liable for the builder's
debts. This is' true .even though the
owner has paid the builder for his
work. In order to obtain his house
free and clear in such a case the own
er must meet the builder's obligations.
The prudent owner will. of course, pay
for his house only as it is constructed.
Even then It would be a useful caution
to make sure that the builder has paid
his indebtedness on the house. Pay
ments are usually made the builder
when the foundations ae done. when
the frame Is up. when the house is
closed, when the plastering Is finIsbed
and when the completed house is turn
ad over to the owner.-Clircle Magazine.
Ancient Castle, Curious Clock.
Enshen castle. Castledown. Isle of
an. is the ancient seat of the kings
and lords of 3an The castle is a veri
table curiosity both historically and
oterwise. The first mention of .it
dates to the year 1257. It was taken
after six months" siege in the year
3315 by Robert the Bruce. The castle
Is built of limestone and is not a rain.
Until a few years ago it was used as a
prison. The town clock seen in the
castle wall was presented by Queen
Ezabeth in the year 1597. It has only
one hand on the dial, This Is the hour
bad. The minutes are Judged by the
position of' the hand between the
hors. The works of this clock are
also a curiosity. The weight at the
end of the pendulum is a large stone,
and it Is driven by a rope .coiled
around a cylinder of wood. with an
other stone at the end of the rope.
The clock Is still going after Its cen
tures of service and is still the town
cock.-Newcag.e (England) Chrnel
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Worse Than His Own.
finest estalt-S i:: the :-.r:hl f ;:
whi.e in his ;:ardens ..::e : : : n'
ticed one of the k:brers very ladly
clad and asked himn:
"Ilare you no better (lothes than
"No. In troth. yer h-onor. worse luck."
"Well. call at the house this evenin;
on your way hone." said the gentle
man. I'll leave an old s:.!t of mine
with the butler for you."
A few days Iater when showing a
party of visitors through tl gardens
he was much annoyed to qee Mat lodk
lug if possible more a scarecrow than
"Why are you still wearing those old
clothes. Mat?' he asked.
"Sure. yer honor, they're the best I
hare." replied Mat.
"But did you not get the suit I left
for you the other day?" asked the gen
-Indeed. an' I did. thank yer honor:
kindly," replied Mat: "but, sure. I had
to lave them at home to be mended."
When Baseball Was an Infant Industry.
It was a crude game. but merry. Lu
theory the pitcher was there only to
give the boys a chance to -soak the
ball." "First bound" was still ouL The,
unfortunate catcher. handling a heavy.
lively ball without mask. glove or pro
tector. stood up near the bat when
men were on bases if he had the skill
and courage. The early guides recomi
mended him to do so when lie eould.:
Had not the pitcher been restricted to
an artifcial throw scarce a catcher
would have lived to tell the tale.
Many catchers took everything "on
first bounce" and managed at that to:
prevent much base steallna. Base run
ing also was in its infancy. -Smith."
says the Spirit of the Times. -caught
a remarkable game. having but ive
passed balls scored against him." Here
and there we get a glimpse which
shows how crude It all was. what a
matter. of hit and miss natural force.
In the fifties Dicky Pearce shone with
out a peer as an Inflelder He used to
stop grounders with hIs band and foot:
-Will Irwin In Collier's.
She Did So.
-Always," said papa as he drank
his coffee and enjoyed h!s morir
beefsteak--"always, children. change
the subject when anything unpleasant
has been said. It is both wise and
That evening on his return from
business he found several of his !lower
beds despoiled and thd tiny imprint of
slppered feet silently bearing witness
to the small thie'
"Mabel." he said to her. -did you
pick my dowers?"
"'apa." said Mabel. -did you see a
monkey In the city today? We had a'
"Never mind that. Did you pick my
"Papa, what did grandma send me?"
"Mabel, what do you mean? Did you
pick my flowers? Answer me. yes or
"Yes, papa. I did, but I thought 1
would change the subject."-London
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rccess Magazine is strength- ai
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th of poetry, humor and art. k
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ti . :hi.4 is awful! These cur
- -:s I gt ::t the bargain snie d.-';
'et:. Wde- shuldsay not-cheap as
I ;ot :!iem? Xe must have some new
furniture at once!-Cleveland Leader.
Breaking the News.
Marion. who had been taught to re.
port her misdeeds promptly. came tc
her mother onje day. sobbing penitently
"Mcther. I-1-broke a brick in the
"Well. that Is not very hard to rem
edy. But bow on earth did you do it
-1 pounded It with father's watch."
"I'm going in for poetry." lisped the
sweet young thing.
'iTea1. heartfelt poetry," thundered
the man of letters. "is only written in
"Yes: i've heard that. So i've fitted
up a beautiful Turkish den in ours."
"I understand there was a hot time
in the Bangs household the other day.
"Yes. When he went home he found
his wife simply boiling, and she gave
him a roast."-Baltimore American.
Praise a fine day at night.-Irist
For Tnhnts and Childre.
The KindYou Have Alwas BoWght
His Primitive instincts of Hospitality
Havelock Ellis In his "Soul of Spain"
has revealed Intimately and charming
ly the temperament of the Spanish
people. According to him, the Span
ard is still findamentally primitive.
In proof of his possession of the
primal instincts of hospitality and
charity be quotes the following anec
dote from an Aragonese newspaper of
a few years ago, at a time when there
was much distress in Aragon:
A laborer out of work came on the
highroad determined-to rob the first
person he met. This was a man with
a wagon. The laborer bade him halt
and demandid his money.
"Here Is $30. all That I hare." the
detained man replied.
"There is nothing left for me but
robbery. My family are dying of hun
ger." the aggressor said apologeticaly
and proceeded to put the money In his
pocket, but as he did so his mind
"Take this, chico," be said. handn
back $2. "One is enough for me."
"Would you like anything I have In
the cart?" asked the wagoner. Im
pressed by this generosity.
"Yes," said the man. "Take this
dolar back too. I had better have
some rice and some beans."
The wagoner handed over a bag of
etables and then held out $5. whichk
however, the laborer refused.
"Take them for luck money." said
the wagoner. "I owe 3Va that."
And only so was the would he rob'
ber persuaded to accept
11 be found -represen1
or, Religion, Etc.
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