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We have no old
stock to show you. Child
This is a card invit;
store when in
Z4 to view the new Su
you and the other b
wear the coming sez
Any one wishing to buy an
will please get in touch
with the~Shaw Motor Co.
who are dealers for the
EVERITT, B. M. F. AND
We would like to have
good, live agents represent
us on these lines. Take
the matter up with us at
Shaw Motor Co.
and the Automobile people know it. I am seling the
only practical business Automobile on the anarket. Ii
The Brush MachineV
The most practical economical, and certain. car made.
to o ver20miles of our worst road with .just one
gallon of gasoline.
We guarantee the springs not to. break, no- matter
the load or the road.
Write or ask us about this machire if you are!
Dl. I BRADHM & SON
)s and |of every garment
ren. we show you be
sting you to visit our|
its and Dresses that
~st dressed Ladies will
aWear Store. _
CASH ONLY. f'i~
bain Street, lf
,- - s.c.
A Fit of the Blues.
It is a hard saying, but "the blues"
ngenerally be traced to one or both 9apo g aes
f two horrid qualities-greed and l azi- h rdrHmnpertebe
ess. Nine times out of ten the lowanat.lalrgnubsbtte
pirited person is suffering from auto- aeesl xeldb h re lcp
ofcaton--from too much whchdpoitdro t00aoke00egs
nto the body and too little attention
>aid to elimination or to proper exer-Buthcamineglyraete
s.Tehumnan mechanism can takeinesemrcdnteodrIopra
ire of only a certain amount of food.
fter that point has been passed i tha hs net raldwieat
eems to turn sullen inisefot the r o htbuefrhrge
gnore what it cannot help, and, al-o otllu httefeae fsm
hough it is a wonderfully conductedofteArcnscisgwtoaen
hemical laboratory up to the limit of
is own needs, it is not at all amiablemosseadtirboenswln
bout working overtime. The result is wt gs eoe sbga ag
hat ll superfluous products sent to i tat.Tert twihteeg
.re permitted to lie round and become sxyamnto 000aduwr
oisonous. This poison is promptly ady
aken up by the blood and carried to_______
.11 parts of the body, including the Rost e in nPrs
rain. The brain, which needs a plen- TePrsa oshle h a
iful supply of clean blood to enablemoermthnereuesdsnt
t to do its thinking, is naturally in- ipyptotacadpitdi ml
~ignant at finding poor and impure tp hc illr rmars h
tlood supplied to It. and, although notstetawrymnowmawh
,ctually going on strike, it refuses to i nsac f"nunse, u id
e either pleasant or reasonable.- ta eeaeol frihdros
How They Did Hate Wagner. funseaprmtsreoltad
Wagner's music was at one time vlo- alwornmyra.A elwcr
ently opposed in England, and Fordcovytohepsrbteknwde
fadox Hueffer, ' whose father wasthtuurihdldngaetee
nusical critic of the London Times,aaial-BsoPst
ives in his "Ancient Lights" some
~urous instances of the length~s to We ngtodWs4 lwr
Chich the campaign was carried. "The Ms ieugtCudyuolg
~ompositions of Wagner were denounc-mewtahavhmeracisl
i as being atheistic, sexually im- u inesadhafadze ies
noral and tending to further socialism r nghgt-CranyAeyo
Lnd the throwing of bombs. Wagner-donaliteswgfrthciden
tes were threatened with assassina-Mr.Ltkii-N. yhubn
ion, and assaults between critics ofzpedisunacotytra, d
he rival schools were things not un
mown in the foyer of the opera. I
inve in my possession three letters Dn'yoEairWy
'rom three different members of the fltigt ir rmhn oiot?
ublic addressed to my father. The "Idntko.Ilvmyefrm
Triters stated that unless Dr. Hlueffer hn ofo.
bstaned from upholding the blas- "Hwsta?
>hemos music of the future-and in ~ytaemnhnsottebls
bach case the writer used the wordanmyhsndfoete -al
lasphemous-he would b~e respective- mr mrcn
y stabbed, ducked in a lorsepond and_______
eaten to death by hired roughs." Mle yCrusacs
Wonder What Tennyson Said. tefllwnaedoefhiltrl
In his volume of reminiscences Pro-midne:
essor E. B. P'oulton writes of a visit "ttegamrsho sdt e
o Boston, whcre he met several nota-livalthtIwsaut. uter
Holmes spoke of Emerson stampin g. o ntne u edr ad
his foot with rage when he could no~ thhunntueijstlkte
emember a name. lie mentioned the wtr fyupttewtrit
Corbett-Mitchell prizefight, which hadsqrevslthwarwilbcm
rust taken place, and said, "I own to asqae nifyopuitnoarud
lurking sympathy with prizefightingvse twl aearudsae
perhaps because I am so unfitted for By n ilteeoeyums
the ring myself." lie told Professorchoeoufrnd.
Poulton he would never repeat to "N onrtnthsholouwa
any one what Tennyson said to him oe-Irnt yniho h a
when he entered his house. Williamne-ybo ay.Itlthmter
ames pressed him to do'so with theJ D tpu orbaynahr!,ft
ssurance, "There are no reporters bd e iueWl eoefa"
here." But Dr. Hiolmes replied with Ieeg n cos
emphasis: "I have said that I will nev- Iebgsaelwyasoref
er tell any one. It was not a thing wryt h rnalni tasi
that I should have supposed any man sipr.I s' laatt u ln
would say to a guest he had invited to truhafgo uk ih n
his house." sahIt n fteefotn on
Pen and Sword. wyo idn c hta is tie
"Do you believe the pen. is mightierth ndanacuis. heits
than the sword?"supcethrarbegInheeg
"Of course it is. Who ever had tobooothwisliskpgin.f
pay $25,000 damages in a breach of teeI neh h aiao lw
promise easeonaccoun of the swrddwnad er harenopea ote bees
he crrie?".Cbicgo ecor-He a r easoes edcenle gro tnhe ore ocecon
If weak, you need Cardui,
the woman's tonic. Cardui
is made from gentle herbs,
acts in a natural manner,
and has no bad results, as
some of the strong drugs
icine-a tonic-for weak,
tired, worn-out women,
Cardui has been a popular
success for over 50 years.
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Lula Walden, of
Gramlin, S. C., followed
this advice. Read her let
ter: "I was so weak,
when I first began to take
Cardui, that it tired me to
walk just a little. Now, I
can do all the general
housework, for a family of
9." Try Cardui for your
troubles. It may be the
very remedy you need.
Humor of the Barometer.
It was a beautiful barometer. It
glistened from its splendid wooden
case with a spick and spanness that
boasted of its newness. Its'rich fttme
work clearly advertised the large price
that had been paid for it. Its owner
was justly proud. But it possessed one
drawback-It wouldn't work. Ever
since It had been purchased it had re
malned at "set fair" whatever the I
weather had happened to be. And the
weather had happened to be particular
ly wet. At last Its owner grew weary
of its external beauty and exasperated 1
over its Internal stupidity. One day a
.when the rain was pouring extra hard
he tore the weather Indicator from the
wall and took 4t out Into the road.
For a moment the needle hesitated.
Then as the raindrops began to dim
the glass it made up its mind and
moved slowly round to "very dry."
An Innocent Victim.
General F. D. Grant, at a dinner at
West Point. once analyzed the mii
tary genius of Washington.
"Washington," he said, "gave us our
independence by campaigning fault
lessly. He never made mIstakes.
There have been more brilliant sol
diers than Washington, but there has
never been so sure.a one. In warfare,
you must know, the smallest mistake
may lose a whole battle, a whole cam
paign, a whole cause. And that re
minds me of poor Tom White.
"Tom White failed in business ow
ing to the mistake of one single letter
made by his stenographer. Tom's pa
tro'n in business was a deaf million
aire who was very touchy about his
deafness. This millionaire turned
from a good friend to a bitter enemy
he foreclosed on Tom-because the un
happy fellow's stenographer acciden
tally began a letter to him 'Dea f -Sir.' "r
A Gilded Gown.
During the reign of King George LI.
Lord Hervey, a cultured man, gave thist
description of the fine dress of a dis
"The Duchess of Queensberry'sC
clothes pleased me most. They were
white satin embroidered, the bottom
of the petticoat brown hills, covered
with all sorts of weeds, and every
breadth had an old stump of a tree
than ran up almost to the top of the
petticoat, broken and ragged and
worked with brown chenille, round
which twined nasturtiums, ivy, honey
suckles, periwinkles, couvolvnluses and
all sorts of twining vines, which spread
and covered the petticoat Many of
the leaves were finished in gold, and
part of the stumps of the trees looked
like the gilding of the sun."
Chatty Lodger (to landlord) - You
seem to have seen a good deal. What
are you? Landlord-Well, sir. I were
a lion tamer, and I'd be there now it
I 'adn't a-married; but, you see, my
wife were a knife thrower in the same
show, and she got to practicing her
turn on me. Well, thinks I, life ain't
too long to run no risks, so I took on
a safe job and become a steeplejack.
oley's Kidney Remedy vs. a Hopeless Case.
Hon. Ark. J. E. Freeman says: "I had
a severe case of kidney trouble and
could not work and my case seemed
hopeless. One large bottle of Foley's
Kidney Remedy cured me and I hare
never been bothered since. I always
recommend it." The Dickson Drug Co.
Hacker Mfg. Co.
Oeo. S. Hacker & Son,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds: Columns
and Balusters; Grilles and Gable
Ornaments; Screen Doors and
WE DEAL IN
Glass, Sash Cord and Weights.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.(
Oxygen as a Cutting 'ool.
A jet of burning oxygen from I
blowpipe may be successfully emploY
ed to cut sheet Iron, iron tubes an
small bars. The cut made Is almos
as sharp and thin as that made by :
saw. In earlier attempts difficulty wa:
encountered in clearing the cut o
liquid metal and In preventing thi
spread of the melting effect beyond thi
borders of the cut. In later processe:
two blowplpes were used. The first ha:
an ordinary oxyhydrogen flame, whicl
heats the iron to redness at the placi
where the cut Is to be made. This i
followed Immediately by the secon
jet, composed of pure oxygen. whic'
Instantly burns the metal withou
melting. The liquidized iron is blowi
swiftly from the fissure, so that ther
is no serious spreading of the heat t
surrounding parts.-St. Louis Republic
Two Days In One.
Chatham island, lying off the coas
Df New Zealand, in the south Pacifi
Dcean, Is peculiarly situated, as it I
Dne of the few habitable points of th<
globe where the day of the weel
changes. It Is just on the line of thi
lemarcation between dates. There a
12 noon on Sunday Sunday ceases, and
[stantly Monday meridian begins
Sunday comes into a man's house ox
the east side and becomes Monday b:
the time it passes out of the wester
door. A man sits down to his noon
lay dinner on Sunday, and it is Mon
lay noon before he finishes It.-Lon
There is a curious story of how the
Duke d'Aosta when king of Spair
told a muleteer to whom he was talk.
Ing to cover himself, the sun being
bot, forgetting that by so doing h(
made the muleteer a grandee. Mar
hal Prim, to prevent this catastrophe
knocked the man's hat out of hL
hand, and, according to some, the mule
teer had something to do with the as
sassination that followed a few dayi
It's Equal Don't Exist.
No one has ever made a salve, oint
ent or balm to compare with Buck
en's Arnica Salve. It's the one perfec1
iealer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises
;ores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers. Eczema
;alt Rheum. For Sore Eyes. Cold Sores
,happed Hands or Sprains it's su preme
nrivaled for Piles. Try it. Only 25r
,t all druggists.
4 surveyor when Inspecting one of
:he cottages under his care had his
tttention called by the tenat to a
arge diagonal crack in one of the
afs, close to which they were stand
ng, with the remark from Mrs.
odge, "I am afraid, sir, as the old
2ouse be a-coming down, sir."
"We will see to this," said the
igent, and. taking from his pocket a
ew strips of stamp edging, he pasted
them transversely over the fissure s
that he might on his nest visit sei
whether the crack had extended and
whether It was a settlement or not.
On his caling about a month after
ward he found the pieces of, stami
edging still remaining unbroken and
pointing out to the old lady that the
crack had not opened any farther
was amused with this unhesitatini
remark: "Yes, sir, .but who'd ha
thought as two or three such bits o:
paper would ha' held un together?"
ames C. Dahlmnan, "Cowboy" Mayor
Omaha, "Throws the Lariat."
Naor Jas. C. Dahlmnan stated his ca
eer 'as a cowboy, and is at presen
dayor of Omaha, and has the following
ecord: Sheriff of Dawes Co , Nob.
ree terms; Mayor of Chadron, tw<
erms: Democratic Natiional Committee
nan, eight years: Mayor of Omaha, si:
'ears, and in 1910 candidate for Gover
for of Nebraska. Writing to Foley
to., Chicago, he says: "I have take:
"ley Kidney Pills and they have give:
ne a great dieal of relhef s2 I cheerfull:
ecommend them.' Yours truly,
(Signed) JAMVES C. DAHLMAN.
The Dickson Drug Co.
A southern faxrmer was trying to sel
i mule to ai negrro who two years be
tore had been kicked on the head b3
'Of course," said the farmer, "this
nule kicks, but"
"I don' wan' him," objected the col
>red mas emphatically.
"Just because he kicks?" asked ti
~armer, with an air of contempt
"Humph!" grunted the negro. "Dal
nule don' kick; he shoots."--Populai
A Witty Thief.
Munich has been visited by a thiel
vi~th a sense of humor. Several days
igo all the clocks in the ministry od
aiways came to a standstill. The
~entral or "master clock," which con
rols all the others, had been stolen
n its place was a sheet of paper witi:
be words, "Time was made fox
Makin~g a Hero.
A nourishing supper, a good night's
loep and a fine morning have ofter
nade a hero of the same man who
y indigestion, a restless night and t
-any morning would have proved a
The Madam (with a hand to her
ead)-Is my hair coming down, Kate?
[he Maid-Yes, ma'am, in a minute.
:'m going right upstairs for it now.
After exposure. and when you feela
old coming on, take Foley's Honey and
'ar Compound. It checks and relieves
ise no substitute. The genuine ina
ellow pactcage always. The Dicksoz
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
mnent of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
Charlestn . C.
THE HOME BANK
Banking is not confined at all t
their affairs also. It is very unsafe f
they have money in the house, as it
sides this, although ladies seem to
a yet even they can save it better by
ing a record of all expenditures tha
There is another very good rea:
you place it in our savings departn
cent interest, computed quarterly f<
t We desire to have a large num
making a special effort to please th
HOME BANK AND
Hiqh Class Electri4
In connection with C. N'T. 0. and T. P.
Baggage and Smoking Car. First class
Sleeping Car, Observation Sleeping Car
tween Charleston and Cincinatti on the
WESTBOUND NO. 7.
LV Charleston...................9:00 AM
Lv Summerville........... 9:38 AM
Lv Orangeburg..................I1:17 AM
Lv Columbla..... .... ............1:00 PM
Lv Spartanburg........... 4:15 PM
Ar Asheville.......... ........7:37 PM
Ar Cincinati......... ............10:00 AM
Connecting at Cincinati with. through t
troit, Seattle, St. Louis, Kansas City, I
West and Northwest. For further inf
S. H. MCLEAN. W. E. McG1
D. P. A.
E. H. COAPMAN. S. HARD
V. P. and G. M.
an *ar b peasan exine. No
tak it~4 out. to buy anything44 you se44
+ en svg
INO TRUST CO.,.
1, S. C.
> men. Ladies need a Bank in
or ladies to have it known that
is a temptation to robbers. Be
save money better than men,
depositing in a Bank and hav
n by keepinmg the cash.
;on why this should be done. If
ient it will be earning four per
ber of lady depositors and are
R al ay
Railway consisting of Combirtd
Coach. Pullman Drawing RI .n
and Dining Car service. .Jolid be
following convenient schedules:
.v Cincinati......................8:30 PM
.v Asheville ............ 10:25 AM
r Sprtan urg............. ....1:40 PM
Ir Columbia ..................4:45 PM
Ir Orangeburg..................6:15 PM
kr Summerville..................8:05 PM
ir Charleston........ ............8:45 PM
mins for Chicago, Cleveland, De
)enver. San Fracisco, and points
irmation call Southern Railway
J.L. ME EE.
D.. A. . A.G. P. A.
WICK. E. P. CARY.
P. T. M. G. P. A
a+ 4 + . yo+ve4hogt o4mn
f o4akd ormny
n yo arenot earl as eadyto.
. ~Yu thnk wiceandthmkng.