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Hay Fever and Summer Colds
Must be releived quickly and f y"s
Honey and Tar Compound win1 do lt: E.
M. Steward, 1034 Wolfram, St., Ghicago
writes: "I have been greatly troubled
during the bot summer months with' Hay
Fever and tind that by using Fois s
Honey and Tar Compound I : grea
relief." Many others who sITer id
arly will be u ad to beuelit b M r Stew
art's experie cu. Diekson Dru- Co.
American and German Firemen.
A Hamburg fireman 01 distinction
tzho had occasion to visit the United
States' some years 3go returned full
of admiration for the splendid way in
which American fire comiplanies usual
ly respond to alarms and was of the
opinion that the A'mericau companies
were ready for action more promptly
than those in Germany. because the
individual units subordinated every
thing else to the point of leaving quar
ters at the earliest possible instant, to
do which the American fireman at
night would slide down the pole par
tially clad and was indifferent as to
his appearance in riding to the scene
of the fire so long as he was on the
spot to meet the emergency.- The Eu
r-pean fireman. on the other hand.
having bad military training, would
be inclined to avoid the pole and
would walk down the stairs. devoting
a. few seconds to the adjustnient of
his garments. and would be prepared
to start only when ready to appear
before the public in regulation cos
How Cloves Are Cultivated.
Cloves' are tiov cutivated in many
tropical rgeions. - A clove tree begins
to bear at the age of ten' years and
continues until it reaches the age of
seventy-five years. rhere are two
Crops a year. one in June and another
In December. The tree is an ever
greei and grows from forty to fifty
feet bigh. with large oblong leaves and
crimson tiowers at the end of small.
branches in clusters of from ten to
twenty. The tree belongs to the same
botanical order as the guava. The
cloves. which are the undeveloped buds.
are at first white. then light green and
at the time of gathering bright red.
Pieces of white eloth are spread un
der the trees at harvesting time. and
the branches are beaten gently with
bamboo sticks until the cloves drop.
They are 'ried in the sun. being tossed
about daily until they attain the rich
dark color that proclaims them ready
for shipment.-B'arper's Weekly.
An Embarrassing Situation.
A youn man -esh from the varsity.
where Iii: had excelled. in athletics.
presented imseTf for ordination. The
bishop. as"as his cu'stom. entertained
the candidates at the palace, and after
dinner the .usual informal evening
party took place. At this function the
young man referred to entered into
conversation with an ai':ihle gentle
man in-eerical attire whom he found
itanding in leisurely fitshion just with
in the drawing room door. - -Who's
that rather scrumptious looking girl
on the sofa?" said he. 'he's my
wife." replied the affatle cleric. with
an amused smile. Te young candi
date was silenced for a moment. then
he stammered: -1 am sure I beg ten
-thousand 'pardons' I thought she was
the bishop's daughter." -8o she is."
was "thie quiet rejoinder. -and I'm his
lordship's domnestk- chaplaIn."
* Foley Kidney Pills are composed of
ingredients specially selected for their
corrective, healing, tonic and sdmrulate
ing effect. upor- the kidneys, bladder
* and urinary' passages. They are anti
* septic, arisilitbic and a uric acid bolvent.
Dicksoni Di-b Co: ___
The Peculiar Sand Fly.
- Tesidyiff 'pbrfectly harmless.
.t does note bite- it has 'no sting. It
cannot even eat. All it can do is to
flit' about for a few hours, enjoy the
- light'or day or the glard of ain electric
-lamp;. 'The sand flf isknown 'to scien
tists faixilliarly as the Ma fly. 'In sci
entiflcherms It'is called ephemerida.
This Nie is tak-si from 'the 'Greek
-woripliemeros, which means lasting
only~95 'a day. To ~the scientistsc the
&andfyis'one of the most 'interesting
-aud tbedrfl~ of inseets. rTie flyv"lives
but'dfa'j at most, but before it sees
the light itbhas lived from one to'three
years .u 1der the water in the form of
-what-tie scientists call a nymph. The.
nymph fan" both walk and swim. As
It grows it molts; anid after about the
nintlimltiny wings appear on its
thoraZ These grow larger until the
Insect chimes forth from the'- water a
sande Ii t then has but one duty-to
lay 'its eggja' This done, the sand fly
zigzigs" through the' air until 'its brier
life Is ended.
Not in That Class.
A Cleveland young woman has a ten
year-old brother who is wise beyond
his years and is likely to crop out in
new places at the miost unexpected
times. The other night the ansious
suitor called on. his inamorata. arr-iv
lng atfbar domicIle 'a little before he
was expected; She was not ready to
mak-ert appearance. and the duty
of entertaining the caller devolved
upon the little brother.
"Well. Bobby." began the young man
in an. effort to make conversation and
at the same time to put his invoinntary
host at his' ease. "does your sister think
that fi m'alling at this house oftener
The chlfd loolked keenly at the caller.
"Nothing 'doing." he said. "'Do you
think 'I'm- one of these fresh kids you
read about in the funny 'papers? There
ain't going to be no embarrassing an
swver this time." - Cleveland Plain
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for their kidney and bladder ailments,
and for annoying urinary irregularities
are always grateful both for the quick
and permanent relief they afford, and
for their tonic and strengthening et'fect
as well. Try Foley Kidney Pills. Dick
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Wanted to Wake H imself.
"Jobxm."' said the foreman unexpect
edly. "we nave decided to raise you
$5 a week."
,John made no answer, but appeared
to be looking for something on his
"Why don't you say something?
Aren't you satisfied?' demanded the
"i'm trying to see if there's an alarm
clock here." said-'John.-Bnffalo Ex
Kill More Than Wild Beasts
The number of people killed yearly
by wild beasts don't approach the vast
.number killed by disease germs. No
life is safe from their attacks. They're
in air. water, dust. even food. But grand
protection is atforded by Electric Bit
ters, which destroy and expel these
deadly disease germs from the system.
That's why chills, fever and ague, all
malarial and -many blood diseases yield
lpdliphpd rbhs suee aLttiiyJd "le.
gou. Money back if no: sa'tistid On:
Lo.an Club Etiquette.
The A-merlicaa duchess. followed by
her iotor, led Miss Co':hon of Chicago
Dut St. James street
"Oh. there's the dulhe!" cried Miss
Coeaon of Chicago as they passed
Brooks club, but t-he duchess said hur
"Don't look at hi., my dear, or he
will cut you. Don't you understand
"No; not if it differs from other et
"Well," said the duchess. "it differs
altogether. The club. you see. orig
ated in London. The club has been
efined as the weapon wherewith the
savage keeps the white woman at a
istance. In club etiquette women are
ignored. As you pass White's or the
Carlton. the Junior Carlton or Brooks
you will see your best friends. top hat
pushed back and hands folded on stick.
glaring solemnly at you from this win
dow or from that. but your best
Criends won't speak to you. it isn't
::lub etiquette. And if you spoke to
them it would be a worse faux pas
than if you appeared at court under
the influence of liquor."-Cincinnati
One of the many stories of Grant
which grip the hearts and minds of
the people was once told by General
Simon B. Buckner at a meeting of
"Grant and I were chums at West
Point." began General Buckner. "I
had befriended him at one time. and ft
can justly be said of him that he never
forgot a kindness. After the Union
ictories at Henry and Donelson.I met
Grant cn the boat at the surrender.
and he followed me when I went to
headquarters. He left the officers of
his own army and followed me with
that modest manner peculiar to him
Into the shadow and there tendered me
his purse-pressed It into my hand
without a word.
"It seened to me," concluded Gen
eral Buckner. "that In the marvelous
modesty of his nature he was afraid
the light would witness that act of
generosity and sought to hide it from
the world. almost from his own soul."
A Peek Into His Pocket
wuld show the box of Bucklen's Arni
:a Salv-e that. 'E. S. Loper, a carpenter.
:>f Mail.N . ha earries. "I
have never had a cut.. vound. bruise, or
Zre it would not Soon h-'al," he writes.
G'etest healer of buruo, io'zUs. scalds.
happed bands anud lip eer-sores,
kihn-erupt.ions. eezema, urons and piles.
?U>, a, ali druGi.
The Secret Test.
-TLow." rhe president of the Fat
M hs e!h was asked. "did you pre
VOIr fraud amonig your appliennts for
embershlP? Didn't some men try
to et In that weren't up to the stand
"Yes." the portly officer replied. "but
it was no use. Applications had to be
presiented In person at the Polk build
Ing. ifth Boor. There was no eleva
tor The applicant climbed the five
fligh:s of stairs.
"At the top he -met a man who ask
ed. 'Were you looking for the Fat
'The main office Is on the first
tor.' the man said. 'Your application
Is rejected. We receive no man who
can .climb five flights, of stairs.' "
The Last Luxury.
Ten-year-old Arthur had been tell
ng Impressively of the number of
servants employed in his home. He
continued. "And our house Is fixed so
th.. if you want a.drink or a window
raised or to go upstairs or anything
all you have to do Is to pull a chain."
"But 'what do you want with so
many servants In that sort of a
house?" asked one of his hearers.
"Oh." replied Arthur. "we have the
servants to pull the chains.",'Tudges
Rubbing It In.
"You have kept my nose to the
grindstone. Serepta." spoke her hus
band. -nerving himself to say some
thing at last. "for ftfteen years!"
"I've done more than that, Volney."
snapped Mrs. Vick-Senn. "I have
made you turn the grindstone."-Chi
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His More Important Duty.
The error into which King Alfred
rlt in that famous Instance when he
let the cakels left in his care burn is
not roing to. be repeated' by the tel
egra;h operator or whom Arthur W.
Norto tells in "Camp and Camino In
learned' at this point that for the
frst 50V iles~ tbefore me I would re
uire mo're change than I had on hand
andJ woula pass through no place
where enfeeks could be cashed. More
ver. tuy dlraitts were used up. In this
iieumma wired for money. After
rour lays or exasperating delays I re
~eived this satisfying message from
the ntiging operat'or of the wireless
"Operator on other coast say he
dare two messages for some one, but
his hread im oven-wife she away-;
and ign: burn if he leave it long.
after :'unch he transmit message."
Where Is the Chinaman?
Sir ihobert Ball told the story of a
hinamaxzn who entered the bridge over
Niagara falls, Bie started from the
Ae~rican side with the Idea of cross
g to Canada. On arriving at the Ca
adian end, however, he was met with
the Information that there was a toll
Df 10 on all Chinamen .coming into
Canada. John hadn't 10 cents in his
pocket. So he started back again
arrivn.: once more at the American
side. !" was stopped. No Chinaman
n any circumistances. they told him.
was ::l:med to "tnter the United States.
Now, Ine problem that Sir Robert Ball
professe's nimisei unable to ainswer is,
Whe're i's that (Tiznman niow? -Is be
ittil:-oria ile brid;:e::: et.: bys~bt
A JS'4i ct:i Git-'inrl$rguieia'?oird athai
- n. ri r.datnu trenh.
Based on GEORGE B
English words by STANISLAUS STAP
Oh, when you smile and feel I
when.at night you shoal
love when you smile while you are c
love when you watch the shadows C
schem - er, nor a fool-ish drea
find a true and hon -est lo
- Stoppin; an Artery.
The prupt appliction of the tour
niquet or even of the finger to stop the
bleeding of an artery nefore the doe
tor comes will often save life. A
wouind anywhere below tlhe middle of
the upper arm or below the middle of
the thigh may be easily stopped bya 1
tourniquet. The simplest improvised.
form of this Implement, which may be
always found ready to hand, is a linen]
handkerchief and a strong stick. The 1
best place to apply the tourniquet for 1
a -wound of the arm is above the el
bow. where- the pulsations of. an ar
tery may be felt by any one. The
handkerchief should be tied around the
arm rather loosely. The stick is thrust
in and turned to tighten it until the
blood ceases to flow. Of course this 1
is only a temporary relief till the comn-4
ing'of the doctor, who, in case of seri
us bleeding, must be summoned as
soon as possibie. When you have noth
ingat band in a case of sudden acci
ent even the pressure of the forefin
ger and the thumb over the wound
may arrest the rlow of blood for the
Two llreakfasts in Berlin.
Theret is niot much to be got by the
Berlin citizen in the wa-y of br4gakfast
-simply a cup of coffee and a roll or
two-bur along- about 11 o'clock every
body starts for thle cafe for a -second>
beakfast." generally a meat or a
heese sandwich. He makes up for his
ight regimen at the 1 o'clock Mittag
stich of soup, meat, vegetables. pre-;
served fruits. pudding and wine or
eer at discretion, Then he does not'
hsten back to business, but plays or
okes with his children fifteen or
wenty minutes. rests or sleeps for
hirty more. has a chat, a-cup of coffee I
ad a cigar and returns to business.
t 3 o'clock again. perhaps'to work un
dil 8 or 9 In the evening. Then lie
omes home again to a supper of cold
meats. salads. cheese and beer, which J
wil probably be followed by moreI
eer as friends drop .in to smoke the
lack German cigars and play "skat"
r -sixty-six."-Joe Mitchell Chapple
Everybody who knows anything
aout nautical maaters understands
he method of keeping time at sea
ight bells every four hours. From 6
o S in the evening is the second dog
;atch, but on British ships seven bells
half past 7) of the .second dogwatch
are never struck. All other-strips. even
the American, strike these bells. Dur
ing the Napoleonic wars there was a.
reat mutiny in the British' navy. The
rews of the fleets lying at (pithead
nd the None agreed to rise sinml
tneously against their officers. The
signal agreed upon was seven bells of
the second dogwatch. The mttiny ac
ually began at the arranged time, but
failed, the ringleaders being executed.
Ever since then seven bells of thle see
nd dogwatch has never been struck
n British ships. nn-val or mercantile.
"Is your husband even tempered?"
"Yes," answered Mrs. Wuryd. ''be's
even tempered enough. Efe's just
bout as irritable one day as minother." I
Some people are so fond of Ill luck
that they run half way to meet it.
A Famous Windmi!ll.
Nantucket possesses what is' believed I
o be the oldest windmill for grinding
grain in actual operation in America.
Cathan Wilbur, a Nantucket sailor.
ho had seen the busy wiis of'a
Tolland as he saled abroad, bnst it~
out of timbers of wrecked ships in.
l746.x There has-never--beensa- day in.
4amals.bas not been -uy .hr s
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[ be sleep-ing Yon rest-less lie and toss
ry . ing, Or when you laugh when you would
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Escaped With His ILife.
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bl death,"' writes H. B. Martin, Port
Lryting, Oi co hear- wo, fou m
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pneerrtainioonditions MTh C. ewrgh
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MANNING, S. C.
Business men everywhere recognize not only the cc
afety of paying their accounts by checks, as in this wi
ad often the necessity of a second payment is obviated.
In order to make our service of the most value to
dded on all of our checks on which there is room what
haat is: the check reads. "Pay to the order of John Smil
f groceries of June 1, 1911." If Johu Smith ever comes
as not received payment for gr'oceries soid on June 1st.
ud shows not only that he was paid Five Dollars, but
his particular bill, and the check is a receipt not only
so shows the purpose for which it was paid. Don't j
ea? It is only one of a number of ways in which we are
ice of our institution of the most good to our custorners
Open an account with us and see.
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de and feel li ke aly - ing-, Or when you laugh while you are -si,
y But stillyon In Oh. hen the wood
,n that you -are fal i*g f21-A " 10 .
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represent in Whit
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ry wanted effectin
Fabrics is ind~uded.
t desirable weaves
~ssalins and Foulard s
Novelties are shown
and Childrens s
autiful Line of
k our Line over for
mnd Embroidery, we
ship. The important
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her for spring 1911
"The Young Reliable.