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Hay Fever and Smmer Colds
must be releiyed qaickly and Fole"
Honey and Tar Compound will do it. E.
M. Steward, 1034 Wolfram, St., Chicage
writes: "I have been. greatly troubled
during the hot summer months with Hay
Fever and find that by using Foley%
Honey and Tar Compound I get grea
relief." Many others who sutter simui
arly willbe glad to becefit by Mr. Stew
art's experience. Dickson Drug Co.
Keeping Cut Flowers.
Cut flowers will last only three or
four days under ordinary care, but
you can make them last a week or
more by doing four things. First, do
not try to arrange them the moment
you get them, but put them in a pall
of water for a few hours so that every
stem will be under water clear up to
the flower; second. cleanse the vase
thoroughly before putting in the flow
ers and change the water every day;
third, the cooler you keep the flowers
the longer they will last If you are
too busy in the morning to enjoy
them or have to go out for the after
noon do not leave them in the living
room, for they are not used to a tem
perature of 70 degrees. Every night
put the vase in a cool place, or. better
still, plunge tie stems up to the flaw
ers in a pal of wafer, and, fourth. cut
about a quirter of an inch ofi. each
stem every miorning. It is more trou
ble to do this under water, but it pays.
2f you cut the stems inthe ordinary
way ai bubbles get into the stem and
Impede the taking i of water.-Couh
try Life In America.
The gIant tartles which are found
along ihe 'Atantic coast and frequent
y in southern waters in great numbers
are. knwn as loggerheads. They
commonly attain a weight of 1,000
pounds. de rapid swimmers and are
often seen far from land. floating
asleep upon the waves. Carnivorous
by nature. these Euge tortoises feed on
crabs and fish, especially on a large
species of conch, which they break
open with their massive jaws. The
flesh of this terrapin is leathery and
oRy, with istrong smell of musk.
Young spedImens ar'e more palatable
aid are oftim on sale in the markets.
A duck. as large as our goose, which
is native of the shores of Tierra del
Fuego aki the Falkiand isles, Is also
caRed lo giflad. fien its seemrng
In the West Indiesthis me is also
,iven to t*o or thee s6rts of -By catch.
Whoea IGag's Clt1es Were Kept.
St. Aiws-by-theaWardrobe Is a
conspicuous wydlark in Queen Vic
tiia street and. derives 'a grotesque
dlstingnlsing title Aom former prox
Imdty to the kings great wardrobe.
hb s -wasolgiDy-the town xansion
of Sir Jo~mneulzdSipandgpirehased
from his exeutors .by.Edward I. for
the keepers of the, king's apparel.
.ere were kept," says Fuller. "the
ent clothes 'of our English kings
d'etkh they. wore on great festivals.
Shakespearein his will left to.is fa
%rote daughter. Susannah. the War
4lkshlre doctor's wife, a house near
-lIfe Wardrobe. "whereln one John Rob
!son dwelleth." The present Church
of 'St Audrew's-by-the-Watrdrobe was
rebui by Wren after the "great fire
and became- the city center of the
evagelical revival -under William Ro
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Byi-on I-n an'Ugly Modd.
I have not yet read Byzon's "Con
versations," but there was anamecdote
in one of thilitructs which ionfirins
swht I2heniongdsinea ut which I
could not-depend' on before. He nd
an aversion -to-see .wdmen eat Cola
nel -w a t|Byron's house in Picca
dilly, ytady Byion in the room, land
-uchnasirught: in-teal cutlets,
ete. Shebegan' eating. Byron turn~ed
around firergst and said, "Gornian
~dising beast!" and, taking up the tray,
threw the:whole hnneheon into $heball.
a'dy Byron ched and left th6 room.
Told by-Haydon, the Paijiter;
~Vg n~ Wo was it that sai if he
d iould miake the songs of the people
-~woulidift care .who made the laws?
- riggns-bon't know. But If he's the
'hap who's making ther songs 'of the
~eople nowadays I'd just like to- have
the aking of the laws a little 'while.
Doubt. or Djspepsa.
Scott--The difference betweep-a poor
"man and a millionaire- K(ott-Yes, I
know all about it.. One wozis over
i~s'netorea- aid the-other'over his
Without a Doubt.
Dubbiis-Do you know where I car
;find a lot facing south? Stabbins
Why not try around the north pole1
* That's a very likely place.-Eichange
The Feminine of It.
Teacher-Tommy, what Is the. fem
* inini of the masculine "stag?" Tom
my (whose mother is a society leader)
-Afternoon tea, ma'am.-SphinL
Thoughts are mightier than thk
'strength of hand.-Sophocles.
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Only Wanted 'a Chance.
Mother--Perhaps the young man
needs a little encouragement. Daugh
ter.-Yes, mamma; I wish you would
keep out of sight more while he is
H-ad to Talk a Lot.
Mrs. Naybor-You seem rather hoarse
this morning, dear. Mrs. Lushman
Well, my husband came home rathei
*late last night-Boston Transcript
It Is the cause and not the det
that makes the martyr.-Napoleon.
Kil Mare Than Wild Beasts.
The number of people killed yearly
by wild beasts don't approach the vast
number killed by disease germs. N<
life is safe from their attacks. They'r4
in air, water, dust, even food. But grand
protection is afforded 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
promptly to this wonderful blood puri
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health and new strength they'll giv(
you. Money back if not satistied. Only
When Parasols Began.
Parastois when they first came into
use must have Deen cumbersome.
Henri Estienne. writing in 1578.
speaks of a parasoi as capable gener
ally of sheltering four persons from
the sun. And when they diwinished
in circumference the material .&'11 re
mained of the heaviest. Red velvet
parasols. with heavy gold fringes.
were carried by ladies of fashion in
the days of Louis XIV. At that time
'it was possible when crossing a bridge
in Paris to hire a parasol at one end
and deposit it at the other, the charge
for the accommodation being a son.
Under the regency fashion went to
the other extreme. Men's parasols
folded into the shape of a three cor
nered hat and could thus be carried
elegantly under the arm. Ladies' par
asols were hinged. so that they could
slip into the pocket. for ladies had
pockets then.-London Spectator.
Longest Indian Word.
The longest Indian word on record
Is the following, that wasprinted in an
Indian Bible in 1661:
It signifies "kneeling down to him."
When the Rev. Cotton Mather, primi
tive Boston's Puritan pastor, first saw
this consolidated phrase it prompted
him to jestingly observe that the
words of the language must have beeni
growing ever since the dispersion at
Babel.--New York Telegram.
Proved Himself Great.
With a sigh she laid down the maga
zine article upon Daniel O'ConneIL
"The day of great men." she said, "Is
"But the day of beautiful women is
not." he responded.
She smiled and blushed. "I was only
Joking," she explained hurriedly.
Western Christian Advocate.
A good many men discover when too
late that they made a great mistake
in life by not remaining at school a
year or two longer than they did.
A Peek Into His Pocket
would show the box of Bucklen's Arni
ca Salve that E. S. Lper, a carpenter,
of-Marillaw N. Y., always carries. "I
have never had a cut, wound, bruise, or.
sore it would iiot soon heal," he writes.
Greatest healer of burns, boils, scalds,
ehapped hands and lips, fever-sores,
skin-eruptions, eczema, corns and piles.
25c at all druggists.
A- Fearless Quaker.
Uncle Abe was noted for his ability
to turn his clouds inside out and show
the ~silver lining. If any particular
cloud was dark through and through
he wisely supplied it with the lining
-from another. His yoke of steers had
taken the cash prize on the first day
of the fair. Oh the second some new.
contestants were entered, and Abe
would- probably be outclassed. But, as
usual.- he bad made the most of good
fortune while it lasted.
-Aren't you quaing in your boots?"
-a friend asked.
Abe thrust ott a foot clad innew tan
"'Why, yes," he said; "I am quaking
in my boots. But when I got that 5
yesterday I mnade sure they shoul~d be
new boots. It ain't so bad to quake if
you can do'it in new boots."-Youth's'
Ghiberti's Famous Doors.
-The world renowned doors of the
baptistery at Florence represent nearly
the entire lifework of Ghiberti. He
began the first pair when he was twen
ty-three years old, and. when he fin
ished the second pair he -was seventy
three.. Excepting the three statues out
side Or San Michele and one or two
-min'or works, thiese two pairs of bronze'
doors represent his labors for balf a
sentury. These doors, declared by
liichaelangelo "fit to be the gates of
paradise," represent ther book of Gen
esis in all the depth of its maning,
-and the skill of the artist has never
been overpraised. It: is impossible to
exaggerate the glory of the work, and
If one has the time and money the
sight of those .wonderful doors is well
worth the trip to Florence.-New York
Guaranteed Cure For All
A. B. Richards Medicine Co.,
The most scientifically fitted glasses
In the world will do more harm than
good unless they are properly kept and
correctly worn. It is a strong state
ment to make, but most people wear
dirty glasses, even those who are fas
tidiously careful in all other respects.
Feering through any clouded and un
certain window is a strain upon the
vision. How much more must the
strain be when the window is so close
to the eye that it is almost a part of it!
Glasses must be worn at the exact
angle for which they were prescribed
and no other. For this reason many
people and all children do better in
spectacles than in eyeglasses. The
glasses should be fitted to the eye by
the optician, after which care should
be taken not to handle and loosen the
frame. If this occurs in the slightest
degree they should again be fitted and
Hlow many know that the earth is
getting larger each year from the fall
of meteoric matter on its surface and
that such matter is of no small
weight? O)ne hundred tons a day is
the estimate made by Young. This,
he says, would make a layer one inch
thick over the entire earth in 1,000,
000,000 years if we assume this me
teoric matter to ho three times as
heavy as water. But another effect
has to take place at the same time.
As.the earth is getting larger the-force
of'gravity gets larger, and we are be
lug attracted with more force toward
the sun. But the centrifugal force
keeping us away from the sun gets
much greater. too. andl in fact, more
so thran the sun's gravityth result
beingr that i-e are rraduailvly nreas
na our U~sta~ce' irm the glowing orb.
The Kind You Have Always Bougi
in use for over 30 years, has 1
. and has be
Allow no o
All Counterfeits, Imitations and
Experiments that trifle with and
Infants and Children-Experienc
What is CA!
Castoria'is a harmless substitut
gorie, Drops and Sootbing Syra
- contains neither Opium, Morphi
substance. Its age is its guaran
and allays Feverishness. It cur
Colic. It relieves Teething Trou
and Flatulency. It assimiates 1
Stomach and Bowels, giving he
The Children's Panacea-The X<
3Bears the Sig
The KidlYo Hay'e
In Use For Over
e CENMAUR COUP*"Y. MURRA a
Wist or Innocent?
He met .per one night at a reception
and asked ter .to go to the theater
ith nim. She accepted. and. as they
liked each other, they went again lter.
Then it got to be a weekly occurrende.
Mnlly he got to thinklng that he was to k
a enough with her to go out be
* n the acts. and so he did. For 8ta1
- -ra weeks he worked this and met
ii no rebuff. But she was thinking
a ict. even though she wasn't saying som
One evening she said. "Why don't
you go to the smoking room -to smoke ___
instead of going to the lobby?"
"Is-is' there a smoking room in
side?" be asked. .
"Of course. You always say that
you are going out to smoke, and,
it seems so useless to have.,to take - hay
your hat and coat every time. And
If -you thought of It beforehand you bs
could buy those figarettes that you
seem to like-the ones that smell like.
loves, you know-before you'come."
He is wondering it she iSaS wise aSS med
it seems or as innocent as it appears.- ee
Boston Traveler. A. :
House Numbers. and
Before the advent of the house num- b~oF
her only business signs, coats of an me
nd house names marked the different
uildings. 'Then, in London, for in
stance, one had to look for Mr. Jones,
hould he desire'to call upon that man, Ti
nsay, "Whitechapel, not far from Soci
he 'Blue Boar." It is thought Berlin jof a
1795 wastheflrstdcty.to employ of .
he numbering system. The Geman man
Iovators did not put odd numbers be 3
on one side of their streets and even IPekd
nmbers, on' the other. They merely. flat
started'from the Brandenburg gate to 1>
ad numbered straight ahead, taking posi
o account of change of street. -A~s "stel
hey proceeded. therefore, the num- tiny
bers grew higher, the height to which .ting
hey attained being limited only by but
he supply of houses. The first house
ey umbered was No.1.the last the in .
umber that betokened the total num-.fan
her of houses in' the city.-St. Louis heA
'An Author's Odd Aversion. whi
The "stoic" meal had attractions for of 4
dward Fitzgerald, who, among bis Chit
other peculiarities, hated to see peo- .deat
ie enjoying their food. On one oc- were
casion, after a man had finished awh
glass of wine in his company and gone mu
ut of the room, Fitzgerald remarked, kifll
with disgust: "Did you notice how he disp
ook up his glass?- I am sure he likes
. Bah!" Fitzgerald hlimself, accord- I
ng to his. biographer. Mr. A. 0. Ben- On
o, "lived piractically on bread and Mall
fruit, mostly apples and pears, even a quer
turnip, with sometimes cheese or but- comn
er and milk puddings. But he was butt<
not a bigoted vegetarian. To avoid ago
a appearance of singularity he would his
at meat at other houses and provided his 4
;tin plenty for his guests. But the had
only -social meal he cared to join in lake:
was' tea, pure and simple, with bread he :
and butter:" state
Where Every One Is a "Majesty."l of I
Who are the politest people in Eu- with
rope? If common speech Is any crite- "T
non, surely the Spaniard must carry was
f the palm. The author of "Heroie sepa
Spain" tells of many high flown and
phrases still in common use. You bid tow:
farewell with "Beso a V. la mano" (I sigh
kiss your hand) or "A los pies de V." whic
(Iam at your feet). The Usted, short- tree
end to V.. with which you address inde
high or low, is a corruption of "your onec
majesty." The love of abbreviations
i a curious trait in a people with
such leisurely ways; thus a row of
cabalistic letters ends a letter: S. S. S. "'j
Q. B. S. M., which means that your ful
correspondent kisses your hand-"sU Hart
seguro servidor que bea su mano." COnds
A King Who Could Change the Wind.cod
King Erricus of Sweden publicly the
onfessed that he was a sorcerer and for a
igcan. He was the owner of an frier
nchanted cap, which he pretended en- Disc<
abled him to control the spirits and ly ci
change the direction of the winds at this
pleasre.- So firmly did his subjects P01
believe in the supernatural powers of$10
their ruler that when a storm arose'
they would esclaim, "Ah, the king is
again wearing his magic cap!I"-Lon
don Mail. ________IBe
Not Carrying it, [just
An Irishman met with an accident, told
but was only away from work two' -W
days. "'Why didn't you stay home for didn
aweek?" a friend asked him~ "You
were carrying an insurance policy.
ercn't you ?" Tc
I ws not," said the Irishman. "The sent
day of the accident I left it home in C- (
the bureau drawer." -
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t, and which has been
)orne the signature of
en made under his per
evisiou since its infancY.
ne to deceive youin this..
'Just-as-good" are but
endanger the health of
:e against Experiment.
e for Castor Oil, Pare
ps. It is Pleasant. It
lue nor other Narcotic
bee. It destroys Worms
es Diarrhma and Win&
bies, cures Constipation
te Food, regulates the
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MCC-- "CW YORRM"!..
While They Detect.
very criminal Is sure to leave eA
ber of clews behind him."
es. Indeed," replied the old police
er. "I suspect that some of them
es many as possible behind- so as
eep the detectives theorizing while
catch a steamboat"-Washington
er Mother-Mr. Sloman as been
ing to see you for quite a long
e. Maude. What .are his infan
s0 Do you know?. She-Well. I
k he intends to keep on coming.
What He Had.
[gg-I saw you com out of Dr.
'e's house this morning. Whal
agg-othlng now. I went to pay
Kidney Diseases Are Curable
wr certain conditions. The rigbI
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e of Foley's lidney Remedy cifret
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The "Mandarin''s 'Roie.
e .author of "ecollictiorus sof i
ety Clalidoyant" tells of the case
lady who was haunted by reason
garment, she wore. It was a
darin's robe from China, stated to
iart of the loot from the sack of
zg. .The owner, who lived in a
in a London 'suburb, first began
e alarmed -by "a smell of -decom
Sion in her bedroom" and heard
lthy footsteps paddling along the
passage in and out of the sit
room." She changed her house.
the obsession continued. The
dful smell recurred, her cats died
reat agony from some ninown
e, and -uncanny footsteps were
d at night. According to the
voyant's diagnosis, the robe had
aged to "a man who had worn It
a he engaged in the mystic forms
eremonial magic known to the
ese. He had met with a violent
, and certain alignant forces
Sstill imprisoned in his robe,
h; from the bloodstains on it, he
have been wearing when he was
d.'' The curse was eventually,
lled by the robe being burned.
tuskin arnd the Champion Born.
e of the principal clubs in Pall
has the misfortune to be fre
Lted by a gentleman who Is by
:non consent the greatest bore and
anholer, in London. Some years
this good man, on his return from
autumn holiday, was telling all
3equaintances at the club that he
been occupying a house at the
not far -from Mr. Ruskin, who,
Lded, was In a very melancholy
am truly sorry for that," said one
is hearers. "What Is the matter
ell," replied the buttonholer. "1
walking onb day in the lane which
rated Ruskin's house from mine,
I saw him coming down the lane
rd me. The moment he caught
tof me he darted into a wood
h was close by and hid behind a
till I had passed. Oh, very sad
ed!"-From "Collections and Rec
Escaped With His ILite.
'wentyone years ago I faced an aw
eath," writes H. B. Martin, Port
elson, S. C. "Doctors said I had
imption and the dreadful coughI
looked like it, sure enough. I tried
ything, I could .hear of, for my
b, and was under the treatment of
aest doctor in Georgetown, S. 0.,
year, but could get no relief. A
d advised me to try Dr. King's New~
very. I did so, and was complete:
Lred. I feel that I owe my hife to
great throat and lung cure." It's
ively guaranteed for coughs, colds
all bronchial affections. 50c and
.Trial bottle free at all druggists.
ss-I'm at a loss to understand
wat Mr. Blank meant when I
him my age was twenty-five. Tess
aat did he say? Bess-That I
't look it.-Lippincott's.
C. 0. D.
mmy-Mamma had a lot of things
home C. 0. D. today. What does
>.D. mean? Tommy's Pop-C. 0.
my son, means "Call on Dad."
Always the Case.
ae away woman and what would
w?" shouted the orator.
Center of the Earth. -
If a shaft were sunk vertically to
the center of the earth and an object h
suspended from a spring balance were E,
lowered down the shaft the weight ok t
the object, as Indicated by the dial of .A
the balance, would at first Increase as -o
the descending object approached the .s
deeper and ienser strata. After pass- -1
ing a certain depth. however, the
weight would begin to diminish . and
it would continue to Aiminish to the
center of the earth. where its value
would be zero, because the object
would there be equally attracted in]
"How long has your daughter been f
studying art?' C
"Five yearx, and she has made great
progress. She can talk about motifs
and atmosphere and such things in
such a way as to make you think she
knows perfectly well what she means."
The College Damsel Explains.
"1 breathe' my vows from a sur- r
charged heart," said the young man.
"Nonsense, George." said the college I
damieL "You don't breathe from your-, I
heart. You breathe from your dis
phragm.--Kansas City JournaL
Miss Plainlgh-See my new en
gagement ing? Don't you think my
flahce showed -excellent. taste? M
Eyval--Oh, yes-in the selection of the
"Oh, it ever I come across tbaf artist!
Ne calls his pitne &lie Sleeper on
the Bench' and has put a volume of
my poems in his. hand."'-Fliegende
She-Don't let us have oysters this
evening. Let's be economical, and
then you can buy me that pearl neck-.
lace I told you o.-Rlre
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.motice is hereby given to the qual
led electors residing in Silver
ehool District No. 30 that in elec
on will be held at Silver on Thurs- 4
ay July'20tb,,1911 for the purpose
f voting a six mill levy annually for I
,hool purposes -in said district.'
olls opeu from 8 a. i. to 4 p. m.
.By order of.
. . F. BROADWAY.
Trustees District No. 30.
Notice of Discharge.
-1 -williapply to the Judge of Pro
ate for Clarendon County; -on the
rstiday of August. 1911, for Letters
Discarge as- Executor . of the
;stite cf Susan Olivia DuRant, de
Alcolu, S. July 1, 1911.
The Town Hall will be open all day
hursday, riday and Saturday, July
7., 28 -and 29th, for the purpose of
aking tax returns. -Yda are required,
o listall real and.personal property
rou owned April 15th, 1911. -.
R. C. WELLS, 1
Clerk and Treasd rer.
July 18th, 1911..
-What cured him of Birting?"
"Hestarted a flirtation with a lady'
who turned out to be selling an -ency-4
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