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uut, -be relievea unickly and Fqley's
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writes: "I have been greatly troubled
ouring the hot sumnier months with Hay
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relief." Many others who sutffer similar
ly will be glad to benetit 'V Mr. Stew
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Used Another Man's Legs.
In the hall of the house of represent
atives there is a painting of George
Washington. He looks a most com
mnnding person, with the stature of
a giant and a faultless physique. But
looking at the portrait recently a pub
lic man commented:
"That is a good deal of a sham.
George Washington never looked like
that, though I've no doubt he would
have been proud to appear so magnif
"Notice the legs," the speaker con
tinued. "They are perfect beauties,
but they are not Washington's. They
are the legs of General Smith of New
Jersey, a soldier of the 'Revolution.
"It happened this way," he explain
ed in conclusion: "Washington had
quite unimpressive legs, and the artist
who painted that picture was so dis
satisfied with their shape that he per
suaded General Smith to lend his
faultless members as models. So,
while we have the face and torso of
our great first president, the support
ing legs are those of one of his gen
erals. Long may they stand!"-Wasb
Not the Answer He Expected.
One of Lord Desborough's best anec
dotes relates to a clergyman who was
far more at home in the hunting field
than In the pulpit, says London Tit
Bits. On the morning of a meet he
was much annoyed at having to offli
ciate at a funeral; but, this over, he
mounted his horse and started in pur
suit of his friends. On the road he
sought information of an old woman
with a donkey cart.
"Well," she said, "if you ride to the
top of the hill you will come to a
'meenister.' Then if you turn to the
right you will be likely to come up
Handing her a shilling, be said, "My
good woman, why did you call the
sign post a mninister?"
"Why, you see, sir, it's like this:
We used to call 'em sign posts. but
since you've been in these parts we
calls 'em meenisters, 'cos, though they
points other folks the way, they never
goes themselves. Go on, Neddy!"
Death in Factory Fires.
The question is often debated as to
whether persons who lose their lives
in a fire developing with great rapid
ity undergo extreme physical suffer
Ing. An authoritative opinion is ex
pressed by the New York Medical Jour
nal, which says: "Unnecessary an
guish of mind has probably been felt
by relatives of unfortunate workers
killed in factory fires by reflection on
the supposedly agonizing pain caused
by such a death. Where a g-ett bulk
of highly inflammable substasces is
quickly consumed in a closed space the
result is the production of large quan
tities of carbon monoxide. This gas,
It is well known, combines with the
haemogobin of the blood to form a
compound that refuses to combine
with oxygen. The resuit is a speedy
and probably painless asphyxiation be
fore the flames have had a chance to
attack the bodies of the victims.".
- Many a!ufrn|oa
drags herself painfully through her
daily tasks, suffering from backache,
headache. nervousness, loss of appetite
and poor sleep, not knowing her ills are
due to kidney and bladder troubles.
Foley Kidney Pills give quick relief
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"I have heard the late Archbishop
Ryan tell of two plump gourmets who
were discussing during Lent their fa
vorite fast dishes," said a Phliladel
"".Trout,' said the first, with a sigh,
'has gone up, thanks to the high cost
of living and the Lenten demand.'
"'Yes,' said the other. 'Isn't it ter
rible? Oysters, terrapin, teal duck,
wine, caviar-everything is dearer. In
deed, I often wonder these days where
one Is to get the money to fast with.'"
Office of the Footmar..
"I don't believe there is anything in
that talk about Harlow being hard up,"
said Little Blake. "Why, he's just
blossomed forth with a footman on
"Footmnn!" echoed Jinkinson deri
sively. "Footman is good! That isn't
a footman. It's a deputy sheriff in
charge of the car."-Harper's Weekly.
"Carlyle was at great thinker. You
can't turn to a single page without
finding some gem of thought. Here,
for instance, he says that there is
strength in cheerfulness."
"So there is in cheese."-Exchange.
Sydney Smith's Wit.
As Lord Brougham one day rode by
in his carriage, on the panel of which
was a large B, Sydney Smith is said to
remarked, "There goes a carriage
- B outside and a wasp within."
noher-I would like some one in
-: . ss to define the meaning of vice
ers-. Bright Boy-It's sleeping with
your feet toward the head of the bed.
Thirty Years Together.
Thirty years of association-think of
it. How the merit of a good thing stands
out in that time-or the worthlessness
of a bad one. So there's no guess work
in this evidence of Thos. Ariss, Concord,
Mich., who writes: "I have used Dr.
King's New Discovery for 30 years. and
its the best cough and cold cure I ever
used." Once it finds entrance in a home
you can't pry it out. Many families have
used it for fortyv vears. It's the most in
fallible throat" and lung medicine on
earth. Unequalled for lagr-ippe, asthman,
hay-fever, croup. quinsy or sore lungs.
Price 50c, $I.00. Trial bottle fr-ee. Guar
anteed by all druggirt.
A Competent Schoo! Offcial.
There was a quarrel among the
school board men once in an Esses
town, and an official from London was
sent down to settle it. The official
gathered the hoard about him. He
said he WOUld hear the chairman first.
"What, Mr. Chairman," he began.
"was the cause of this quarrel?"
"Well, ye see, sir," said the chair
man, uwe had an argymnent ove:- spell
in', and I wrote-to"
"Tr:ea liar-" broke in another
Saved by a wittic;sm.
In Vebrunry. !S-4. wheni Johu Tyler
was president. the Princeton =ade a
trial trip down the Potonne under Cap
t.aini1. iF. Stockton. On board at the
time were President Tyler. members
of the cabinet. other notables and a
large number of women. As was cus
tomary at that tluie. a salute was to
be fired while passing Mount Vernon.
Just as it was discharged the gun ex
ploded at the breech, killing five per
sons and wounding several others.
Those killed were Abel P. Upshur, sec
retary of state: Thomas W. Gilmer,
secretary of the navy; Commodore
iRennon. chief of the bureau of con
struction of the navy: Virgil Marcy,
ex-minister to The IIague. and Mr.
Gardiner, former senator from New
Willnin Wilkins. then secretary of
war. was saved by a witticism. See
ing the gun about to be fired, he ex
claimed jokingly. "Though secretary of
war. 1 do not like this tiring. and I be
lieve I shall run." Ile thereupon left
his position directly beside the gun
and had just reached safety when the
A Burning Glass In the Eye.
In the front part of each of our eyes
is a convex lens of great power and
clearness. It acts exactly like a burn
ing glass. If a person was made to
Look at the sun, say, for half a minute
his eye would actually start to burn
up. The lens would focus the rays of
the sun on the retina, and that part of
the eye would immediately scorch and
later would burn to a crisp. This can
happen, however, only when one loots
at the sun directly or in a mirror. If
one holds a pin between the sun and
the eye and looks at .he pin, although
the sun is in a direct line with the eye
and although its rays are entering the
eye, the eye is not hurt, because the
rays are not focused inside the eyeball.
This is the wonderful property the lens
has, that of focusing objects at differ
ent distances. The means by which it
does this are its power to change its
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O'Connell's Wond-arful Oratory.
Daniel O'Connell. the Irish orator,
spoke in Covent Garden. London. many
years ago. and John ColemaU. an old
English actor, pictured him as foi
lows: "The audience hung spellboun
on the words of the great orator. His
resonant and magnificent voice, flavor
ed with Its rich Hibernian accent
held both soul and sense captive. As
for me. my Celtieglood took fire. my
heart throbbed with passionate indig
nation or melted into tears as be
dwelt upon the wrongs of my beloved
country. Never, surely, was such a
born orator: Stern men cried one
moment and laughed the next. Strange
to say, they never laughed in the
wrong place, though once at least hie
afforded them a unique opportunity.
As be approached the end ofe.bis 0a
tion, carried away by his theme, he
took his wig off (a brown 'jazey') put
it in his hat and mopped his beauti
ful bald brow with a great fiamina
crimson bandanna. The action ap
peared so natural and appropriate
that no one seemed to think it absurd
or even incongruous."
Couldn't Hurt His Brain.
Strickland W. Gililan says that San
Jones and "Sunshine Hawks" of Bal
timore. the revivalists, were invited
to the home of a good brother and sis
ter in the church. At the dinner table
it transpired that the sister had had
a sinister purpose in issuing the in
vitation. for she said: "Mr. Jones.
wish you'd tell my husband that smok
ing is injurious to him. I know It Is,
but he won't believe it I wish you'd
tel him, and it might hav'e some in
~nence over him."
"No. sister," said Jones, who was
himself an inveterate smoker, "I can'i
tell him that. Smoking injures only
the human brain. "And he hasn't any
brain to injure, or be wouldn't have
married you. Now, sister. I came here
to eat-that is what I was invited for
not to lecture. So if you'll carve thai
turkey, give me a piece of the white
meat and Hawks a leg we'll be all
right" Ancd that husband's gratitude
And when thev do-they hturt. HIUNT'S
LIGHTNING OIL is 'the one instan.
taneous relief and cure fer all wounds,
bruises, sores. cuts. sprains and abra
sions of the skin. It forms an artificial
skin covering, excludes the air instant.
ly, stops pain at once. There are muany
oils, but none like HUNT'S. The ac.
tion is different, and the effect as well.
Always have it in the ho0se. l'ae
with yotu when you travel-you neve
can tell when HECNT'S LIG HTENING
OIL may be most needed. 25ets. and
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Defining a Boundary Line.
In 1S47 Rufus Choate appeared is
behalf of parties whose rights were
affected by the boundary line between
assachusetts and Rhode Island. thus
described in the agreement:
"Ieginning." etc.. "thence to an an
gle on the~ easterly side of Watuppa
pond. thence across said pond to the
two rocks on the westerly side of said
pond and near thereto, thence wester
ly to the buttonwood tree in the vii
lge cf Fall River.''
In his argument, commenting on the
boundary. MIr. Choate thus referred to
this par-t oif tihe description: "A bound
ar linie between two sovereign states
described by a couple of stones near
a pond and a buttonwood sapling in a
village: The commissioners might as
wvell have defined it as starting from
a blue jay, thence to a swarm of bees
in hi;ing time and thence to 500 foxes
with tirebhrauds tied to their tails."
Not at His Best.
I was surprised," said the Rev. Mr.
Goodstern sternly, "to see you play
Ing golf last Sabbath. I should think
you'd do better"
"Oh," replied Hardcase, "1 usually
do much better! I was In wretched
form last Sunday."-Catholic Standard
Lying In Wait.
"I've been sent down town. to buy
a taboret. What's that?"
"Don't you know? It's one of those
things that stand around about shin
high in the dark."-Cleveland Pla
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1igr. de Sangay. was remarkable for
his c.harity. giving to the poor. as be
did. nearly everything in his posses
,ion. It happened at one time that he
was &ithouL linen. and when his serv
ants spoke of buying what he needed
be put them of. saying always, "We
will see about it." Then the good old
woman in charge of his wardrobo
made use o1' stratagem. "3Ionsignore,'
she said. "I come to ask your charity
for a good work." "What is it, my
good Jeanne?" "With your lordship's
permission. I wish to spend some
hours in which I have not much to do
in making shirts for a poor old man
who is sadly in need of them. Per
haps you would pay me for the stuff.
Indeed, the good old man expects as
much from you." "With the greatest
pleasure." said the archbishop. "Here;
this is all the money I have. Take it
and get what you need." By this
means be was provided with shirts,
and he could not refrain from laugh
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of his faithful old servant's request.
The Old Time Senators.
A recent overhauling of a desk in the
office of - the District of Columbia
health officer brought to light a small
volume entitled "The Medical Register
of the District," which contained a
complete list of the senators of the
Thirty-ninth congress, giving their
weight, height and head and chest
measurements. The author of the book,
Dr. J. M. Toner, says in explanation of
"It shows that in all the points oy
served our senators exceedghe average
of mankind in all parts or the world
as well as the average o* our own
From the Ogures given it appears
that the tallest senators at that time
came from Kentucky, the shortest from
New Hampshire and West Virginia.
The average height was five feet ten
and a half inches. and the senatorial
heads, "measured a little lower than
the hat is generally worn," showed an
average circumferance of twenty-two
and a half inches. Fourteen of the
forty senators were six feet talL
An Ironclad of 1585.
It is generally supposed that the
first use of armor for battleships was
during the Crimean war. As a matter
of fact, the Dutch claim to have been
the pioneers of Ironclad building more
than 300 years ago. During the fa
mous siege of Antwerp by the Span
Iards in 1585, says J. R. Hale in "Fa
mous Sea Fights," the people of the
city built a huge fiat bottomed war
ship, armed with heavy iron plates,
which they named the Finis Belli, a
boastful expression of the hope that
she would end the war. An old print1
of the Finis Belli shows a four masted
ship with a high poop. But the ves
sel steered badly and eventually ran
aground under the Spanish batteries
and fell into the hands of their com
mander, the Duke of Parma. He kept
the Finis Belli as a curiosity till the
end of the siege.
"In the days of the ancient drama,"
said the pedantic person, "perform
ances were given in the open air."
"What a discouragement that must
have been," replied Miss Cayenne, "to
the man who insists on going out of
the theater to get a breath of fresh
"I think," remarked the brindle fac
ed old hen. "that i'll go into business."
"What kind of business?" asked the
innocent young rooster.
"Well," elucked the old hen, "I may
set up an egg plant."-Chicago News.
Hard to Find.
Two things in iife that are hardest
to find are a needle in a haystack and
a self made man who is dissatisfied
with his job.-Philadelphiat Riecord.
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best business to which a young man
can give his attention? Tellit-His
Stumble Upon Them.
Not by appointment do we meet de
light and joy. They heed not our es
pectancy, but round some corner of
the street of life they on a sudden
greet us with a smile.-Gerald Mas
Know that "impossible" has no place
In the brave man's dictionary.-Car
Accused of Stealing.
E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me.,
boldly accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salve
of stealing-the sting from burns or
scalds-the pain from sores of all kinds
-the distress from boils of piles. "It
robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains and in
juras of their terror," he says, "as a
nealing remedy its equal don't exist "
Only 25c at all druggists.
The End at Last.
Miss Sparhawk beliered in "having
clothes appropriate to occasions," and
she graded her wearing apparel with
great care. She boasted, and with rea
son, that she could "get more wear out
of a dress" than any one else In Canby.
When the garment was past its first,
second and third stages of usefulness
for public wear It was relegated to cer
tain seasons of domestic stress, from
which it passed eventually to the rag
bag. One gingham, long dear to Miss
Sparhawk's heart, had reached this
last stage, and she acknowledged It one
day to the village seamstress.
"Don't seem as if I'd had half the
good I expected to out of it," she sa
wistfully. "'Tlsn't but eght years
since I had It made up. Two years I
wore It Sundays; the next two, sewing
circle afternoons; next two, when I
went errands to the village, and these
last two round the house, common. But
now"-and she regarded the bundle
sorrowfully before studing It into the
yawning piece bag-"now 'tisn't even
fit to bang out washing in Mondays."
The writer who qualified the snail as
"foul and unclean" was guilty of a
libel. Snails are most dainty feeders
and strict vegetarians, as many gar
deners know to their cost. Apparently
three centuries ago snails were more
popular in England than they are now.
Tbe fastidious author of "The Faerie
Queene" gives a recipe for their prep
With our sharp weapons we shal thee
And take the castill that thou -tyest in;
We shal thee flay out of thy foule skin,
And in a dish, with onyons and peper,
We shal thee dresse with strong vyne
Attack ILike Tigers.
In fighting to keep the blood pure thc
white corpuscles attack disease germs
like tigers. But often ger-ms multiply
so fast the little fighters are overcome.
Then see pimples, boils, eczema, salt
rheum and sores multipl'y and strength
and appetite fail. This condition de
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Clever Paris Beggars.
Beggin.g is forbidden on the Paris
boulevards. But one day recently a
pale, poorly dressed man was seen
humbly approaching various pedes
trians. He was evidently not used -to
begging, and as he told his pathetic
story without the requisite boldness
people passed him by unnoticed. A
man dressed In black stepped up to
him and showed him a card. He car
ried a thick stick and wore a heavy1
mustache and thick boots, which are
the outward and visible signs, with a
multicolored ribbon in the buttonhole.
of a detective in plain clothes.
"Now, then, get out of this or I'll
run you in," he said roughly. Then1
in a lower tone, "Poor chap!" and fur
tiely he gave the man some silver.
People had seen him do it, and,.
cheering the kind hearted policeman, jI
they, too, ;gre to the poor beggar. A
few minutes afterward in a side street
the two men divided the spoils and
moved ofr separately to ply their trade
elsewhere. The detective wasn't a
detective at all, but a beggar made
The Old Sod.
At the breaking of ground for one
of the new buildin;s for the Catholic
university at Washington the late
Archbishop Ryan was present, and
Cardinal Gibbons was officiating. The
cardinal turned over a large piece of
grass covered earth when it was dis
covered that there had been a hitch
in the ceremoiiy.
"Well," said the cardinal, "I sup
pose that we will have todig another
"Oh, no, no!" said Archbishop Ryan. I
"Never go back on the old sod!"-Phil
The Retort Caustic.
"No, indeed." said the conceited
young puppy who had been asked
whether he had attended a certain
select dance. "1I-aw-only associate
with my equals. you know."
"Really?' responded a witty young
lady. "You should aim higher than
"If your wife is such a terribly good
cook why don't you eat more dinners
"Gee! How would I know how good I
she could cook if I didn't eat some
where else?"-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A Matinee idol.
"He's a stickler for realism."
"Yes, but he carries it to excess. In
the second scene he is supposed to be
severely wounded, and he has'a sur
geon issue bulletins between the acts."
"Your own baby, if you have one,"
advertised the enterprising photogra
pher. "can be enlarged, tinted and
framed for $9.75 a dozen."-Blue Bull.
If you would abolish avarice you
must abolish the parent of it, luxury.
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A Horticultural Puzzle.
"It's no use," sighs the nature 3riZ
ard. "I may as well give up."
"What is bothering you?" we ask
"I got started a few years ago on a
whim of mine. I took a head of cab
bage and crossed it with a white pota
to and grew eyes on it; then I crossed
that with a cornstalk and grew ears on
it: theni I crossed that with a squash
and ;-rew a neek on it; then I crossed
tha:t with a cocoanut and grew hair on
it. but hanged if I can figure out what
to do for :a nose and mouth!"-St.
The qualified electors residing in
Pudding Swamp School District No.
10, are hereby notified that an elec
tion will be held at the Gamble school
house on Saturday, August 12th, 1011.
for the purpose of voting an addition
al four (4) mills levy annually for
school purposes in said district Polls
open from 8 a. in., to 4 p. m. By order
of R. W. COKER,
L. B. GIBBoNs,
R. H. GAtzBLE.
Trustees District No. 16.
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of any bank. We submit the names of our officers
and directors for your criticism.
Duncan McKenzie, President:lS. R. Chandler, Vice
President: D. E. Fraser, Cashier.
John McSween, J. Charlie Truluck,
J. Caleb Lynch, J. Furman Cole,
'D. W. Alderman, WV. H. Keith,
.Duncan McKenzie, D. E. Fraser.
S. R. Chandler.
Bank of Olanta
Capital $10,000.00. Surplus $10,000,00.
IHORSES ala lLESi
Call and see us when in need of a first-'
class horse or mule right.
JUST RECEIVED: 2.cars of Fre Horses ind Mules.
2 cars of Buggies.
1 car of Moline, 2 and 4-horse Wage.s.
1 car of Moline, 1-horse Wagons. .
1 car of the celebrated Moline Farm Imple
ments. consisting of the following:
Stalk Oboppers. Harrows, Corn and Cotton Planters, Blue Bird
one and twe-horse Steel Turn Plows and Cultivators.
For the Following
The Hudson, Chalmers and Hup,
in all models.
Shaw & Drake,
1,12 and 14 Sumter St., SmeS
Local and Long Distance 'Phone 553.
White Dress Fabrics.
The Stock we represent in White
Goods is the prettiest ever shown in
this town. Every wanted effect in
all of the Sheer Fabrics is included.
Messalines and Foulards
Also the most desirable weaves
and shades in Mlessalins and Foulards
All the popular Novelties are shown
at The Young Reliable's.
Ladiss' and Children's
Also a beautiful Line of
Fancy and Tailored Shirt -
Come and look our Line over for
values in Lace and Embroidery. we
have the leadership. The important
feature of our Goods is that our
price is no higher for spring 1911