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If~weak, you need Cardui,
the woman's tonic. Cardui
is made from gerntie herbs,
acts in a natural manner,
and has no bad results, as
some of the strong drugs
sometimes used. As a med
icine-a tonic-for weak,
tired, worn-out women,
Cardul has been a popular
success. for over 50 years.
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Lula WAlden, of
GraAin, 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
housewdrk, for a imily of
9." Try Cardui for yozr
troubles. It may be tht
very remedy you need.
The Wily Sexton.
Visitors to tbe Old North church are
shown througb the historic oid build
Ing usually by an elderly um i who
seems obsessed with a love for t!ie
churh. His fund of reminiseenees is
refreshIng. and the most interesting
thing be recounts is the story of how
the lantertN were placed in the belfry.
According to his versio'n of the historie I
Incident. the sexton overheard sc me a
English officers talking in the tfouse beb
lived In and immediately hung Vhe lan- Q
terns. Returning to his room. he saw
that his shoes were eaked with muad
and hid t-bem. replacing them with a a
dry pir. The officers. after they learn
ed that a signal had been hung from
the belfry.'rushed to the i-oom of the
sexton. but:findilg his shoes dry, be
came convinced that some one else had
hang the lanterns and then ,ocke ,ll
the doors of the edifce.-Boston 'Jout
Carrying Out Instructions. 0
"%Now. Thomas." said the philosophic
father. "you ! re going out into a new
land. where brail and muscle alone
count, where ability is the so:e pass- p
port to success. Make one firm reso
lation Come what may. be determin
ed to hold your own."
Some years later rbe old gentleman p
paid n yisit tc Iis son. who bad in the
-ma Intinw taken untn himself a wife.
On .entering' his son's domicile he found
him nursing twins.
"1 took your advice, you see. dad."
saidl the younger man.(
-WhaT advier'Y ::sked the old philos
opher-.: who had torgot ten his parlting l
-Hiding my own." replied the'duti
fuil Thomas.-Londoni Tit-Bits.
What Mekes a Woman?
One hundred and twenty pounds
more or less, of bone and musc don'
make a woman. It's a good foundatin a
Put into it health and strength 'and The c
may rule a kingdomn. But that's just
what Electric Bitters give her. Thous
ands bless them for overcoming fair tin.g
and dizzy spells and for dispellingwa
ness, rnervousness. backache andtrx
listless, worn out feelinzr. "Elecri'cB'
ter-s have done mec a worli of goo'
writes Eliza Pool, Depew. Ok a. "and
I thanic you. with all my heart. .or t.ak
ing such a good mnedicine.'' Oz2y 50e. E
Guaranteed by all draggists.
SwelleC the Account.
The wvell Knowt: i'an-. t:,Ve' maVI
agetr Dotigny relates : i, .rionxs
cences an enCOunter be had i h it
eider Bumias which furnxiis a imsC
traition of'the novelist's w ilines-)
tiguy prod~ueed. Dunm~xs' dr:iM.. "N.
ivith the rather peculi:: sxxpuition
that the author shuid redeive <me'ti
thbird'of the giosxs receilpts wheni thest
exceeded 3.000 francs and notho""a
all If they fell below that l'gure.
Duma. who was always ha:rd u;p.ca.-a
lnte one evening to get his sme
"Luck is against you again. -:i h
manager. "You don't get anythin~gt
night. Here is the account."
Dumas glanced at it and weml a vay.
in a few minutes he came bac k and
"Just look over 'the aIccount agi f
and thein pay, me 1.000 fraue.n i
ticket that i just boughit for 3 traxn's
brings the total up to 3.000 francs a~nd ~
.Described tie Situation
"we the Russian emigrantts try
to say Halifax ,it sounds like somae
thing much worse." said an otcer oa
board a steamship that puts in at the
port -of Halifax on he? return' trip
from Holland. "They calld't -Heil1i
frx: On our last trip home we were'
not Zrff6m Halifax when thet' vessei
brokeba shag. :and we~ were olig"ed
to put in atta p tort that was. ne9rer
to tis~for repairs. It was a ind breaktl
and -lik I to delay us. nad thle.en
tain's tE' nper wast conside'rabl u
flcd. As wee steamed imto th .tl
. port some of the emigrants. tl'inkin
wehdreatched tfilifax.. spret:a!
them wh'o haid learned a itife EnTha
came rungiwst to th- ctain: .
--That's just what we are!' roares
the captain "--New York Press.
Spoiled the Bird's Flight.
During a e:to:ugn~n mecim.
speaker, noted for his5 e"r:'nt j:s
courses. wars-expound!ig: the prme :5(
his favorite candidate for mayor.
"This man." be shouted. "is th09 u::c
who can most Stingly govern tis
haven for the opipressed. wish its,
countless mnyrinds of happy homes.
their verdant lawns and flower~s secn
tillating In the sun!!dZt."
With outstretched~ a r:ns ::d gl gzi:1
fervently upwa rd. nW e:;eb:i!:cd in aI
"If I had ti:e O!::i-as ora b
would liy to evry w:: ~s .
In this wonderinl 15:: ae
the glad tidings th::"
Then a voi;e fr'v" -i a
room piped of:
-You'd ibe sho::t :> ::
you haZd flown a mile. a
ocethe a:; i Joker.
O::nr n-:si:n wenGoet~le Was
sinyin e:: e corto t ::-WmS
us one o! :::t- co): : d s w ..en
ibou:t to reti:1- fr t he aigh::. i:a e
an~dLe sudde:a~ extingutishet~d just be'
tore he reached her bedroom door.
aking 1o notice of the occurreitee.
;he gro!-ed alo:g in the dark. but to
ar astonisihme:t couhl ,ot thd te
oor h;die. Aginand aan she felt
Jer way alo..t the w:i. but wit"' the
ame, result. At last she m::de up her
:nind to go to the dueiwss fUr advice.
['he 41tter. !Iowever, w:is already
sieep. and in' hel was to be had
'ro:n her. The oor lady did not care
Lo take any :::e else into her conti
1ence for fe::r. of being laughed at
td s spe::t samie liours in vain
e*r.) ::!y to 1ind at last that Goethe
m:-, tho du!we h. imself bad with their
U:: ds 1:iken the do1r otT its
: some ti::e earlier -in the even
n ::(c carefully walled up the en
rance to the room.
Sounded That Way.
Miss Brown was giving an elaborate
lseriation of a bia:::smith prepara
ory two teaching Lon; !!w's ptoem to
"Now. hi*!ren. we :; : going t~o learn
i imem ttIn ::b:stn some o!eV who
vor!:s very ::rd Ile is; very large and
!:s great !rms that caI lit such
l)eavy Ihings lis (:I-r i.- I::e.kimd
vith o : :: con-:n f rom .3 Ei :.e
z t !:s A:! he w : s - :
)! k pr it : l is- i ire :1
dows,. oh,1 so re:. :a:d :ce::e-;er h
nakes ::ny i2~.: ..e isst int0 his tire
mad te:en ::ai- with gre i:
a: :inr. Un :::: 19:00- th Spak
yabout in e'eyd*-.:-sW.iia Now
vho can tel: re w;:i I nave beco de
A litt a::id wtio had listened to
hoSe vivid det:ais with eyes I wice
heir natur: size sprang to her feet
tnd said in an ..d w:i-px:
l:sect Bite Costs Leg.
,A Boston nian los'., his le- f-om the
'ite of.au insect tWo years before. To
vert such calamities from stines and
it-s of insects use Bueeilen's Arnica
aive promprh to kill the poison and
revent. inlamumation. sweling a n d
ai.. Heals burns, boils. u!cers. piles,
czema. cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents at
Sea water is a oomplicated mltare
f a great variety of substances.
,oughiy spealiing, it cbpsists of WW
er ge,nt of fresh water plus 3% per
ent 6f mineral -pats. Three-fourths
f thessalts tire. cloride- of -sodium.
r common table salt, and the nest
rgest constituent is chloride 6f mag
esium. After these come sulphate
f magnesium. sulphate of lime. sul
hate of potash, bromide of magne
ium and carbonate of lime. In addi
ion to these substances sea water
ontains minute quantities of quite a
ariety of elements. includiniig iodine.
hosphorus and arsenic. It also con
ains' some silver. coulper. zinc. nickel,
obalt, Iron and g-old. There is said
a be 2 cents' worth of gold in every
ailful of sea watter, but as yet no
ody has found a way to extract It.
~opper and zinc are found in some
eaweeds, and certain speeies o-f coral
Daily Motion of the Earth.
Astronmezs are not agreed as to
be au:se of the earth's daily motion
rd how the force of that motion Is
ept up. Some of them elaim that the
original Iaitial centrifuga! force"C was
irected in a line slightly to one side
f the center of the globe. which
could, of coturse.. cause the earth to
tate uipcm its axis, and by the law
f inertia of matter must continue to
evolve at a uniform rate of speed.
'his "law of the inertia of muatter" Is
' the effeet that matter once set in
ition must continne to mo'e until
rrested by some outside force. Oth
rs claim that .the motion is a "comn
ound resultant of the motion of the
arth in its orbit and the attraetion of
A Freak of -Death Valley.
Saratoga springs is one of the freaks
f Death valley and has proba.tify
a used more profanity than anythin;
!s'e m the region q'he waters are as
le:r *is crystubl and they bubble rip
rom a deep. dandy basin like a well
pring of joy. But they are strongiy
npregated with sulphur and other
:neris, are tepid in temperature and
er instantly like an "umetie upon any
ne w.ho drinits them --xchan~ge.
N. J. Gor-ham, Casier' Bank ofi Wood
ile. Woodville. Ga ,ha a' ve-ry severe
tack of kidney trouibe a nd the pains
his kidneys aud back were terrib-.
I got :: bo'le o~ fFo e K Iidcnev Pills
omn our drugrist ard they emtirely r'e.
evced mec. I ha ve more b'-ueiit from
em nan any other med.emen.- ine
icksou Dre Co., Maircu. L eo n
:-........ -imit n .irth
e.:w.::th~nl: h in-isn:bie to life
mi: *s :.. C-l:- : e urner all ir
uI iacesifa man hnd to think of
is it'*r ';n to ' 4 remnembe:' th::t 'he
-is-- breathe or that his food must dli
dt he wou~l-h~ave no timae to do anty
'aing. els. ..n.. ! if -by -chance he srrould
orget to-keep his heart goitng or his
ngs in operationl he would Lall dead
) the spot.
MAost important Evenit.
"What do vou consider the most im:
n-tant event in the histo-ry of Paris?"
"We!h" replied the tourist who~ i:0
ro. 1 tven, of dist ribulting !ips. '-so
r as ri:en!- prosiperity is concern
d. 1 shrould si y the disrgvery of Amner
-was tho maing of this town."
\:-r - 's o'u heard, sir, that
aan. n~sisa bmkrutpty Banker
-ei.tht' toi ::e-.s W\e will now
itnl~h.a t ho' us. where
s. i heh:Birenined in business, w1e
ever o:L :ivet .-et a cent.-F-lie
Touriny' - .'p h; s :a eoit
a rtini opinion of 1: --s--- Phl' del
A High Testimoni. h
L: (e::gC..in::i a m m:-a you
Wtih :num. she' said she was vecry
eae hn1 left.
.C:.; ~ 's v:(-s have at first
. -ae... .e .- a. r ( (nnaH.
The Choice of a Husband
i to 1im1rtant a matter for a wom
to handicapped by weakness, b
;'of1fi r foul breath. Avoid these ki
! aking Dr. King's Life Pil
New .strtngh. fine complexion, pt
beh.cheerful svirits-thitngs Lb
win men-follow their use. Easy. sa
u-e 25c a- all druggists.
"So the insolent fellow refused
pay his rent?"
"He (lid not say 'so in words, but
"He kiched rue downstairs."-Par
"What's the matter, my dear?"
"Oh. I'm trying to tell that Gotr'
person how perfectly beautiful v
think her horrid old wedding prese
Hated Winding It.
Mrs. Ese-I'm afraid, dear, t
clock's run down again. Exe-I wi
you could recommend a good tonic.
The chil(I trusts because It fnds i
reason in itself why It should not.
Neeced Them All.
A well known authoress was on
talking with n1 dilapidated bachel<
who retained little but his conceit.
"It is time now." he said pompous
"for me to settle down :t% 'a inarri
man, but I want so much. I wa
youth. beakh. wealth. of course: bea
"Yes." said his fair listener symp
thetically. "you poor mat. you do wa
She - And bow is your bachel
friend? Be-When I saw him last
was mending very slowly. She-I
deed: I didn't know he'd been I
Ee-e hasn't been. He was st wi
fresh buttons on his underwearl
The tresh young man seated himse
beside a handsome girl on the train.
"Going far?" be Inquired.
"You are. sir; much too far." was V
chillIng retort.--Bostou Transcript
Trouble and Worry.
Wait till trouble comes before worr
ing about It. If you worry before
smes it may never come at all at
you wMi have lo. nealth and spiri
over a phantom
Duty Iuts a clear sky over evel
Inda. into whiehgthe skylark or bapr
ness a-ways goes singing.-Prentice.
Surmer colds are hard to get rid c
and frequently lead to asthma, bronchi
is, and hay fever. Do not let your co
et a hold on you, but use Foley's Hone
ard Tar Compound for quick relief. V
a. Allen, Chelsea. Wis.. says: "7
prefer Foley's Honev and Tar Cor
pound to other cough medicines becau
it quickly coures coughs and colds.
wi; ward otT a cold if taken in time
ontains no opiates. The Dickson Drt
Co.. .Mannin., Leon Fischer. Summe
He-What is all this tal-k about. Mr
Buliion?' She--Why, she engaged Da
ber. thre artist, to paint her. and why
she arrived for the first sitting he d
clined to complete a job that bad r
ready been half finished.-Cincinna
The Man and the Bee.'
"That get-rich-q~uick man is as bw
as a bee.".
-"Yes," replied Mr. Cumrox. "He
one of those busy bees who can't ma
age to gather honey without incide
killy stinging- somebody."--W.shin
Hypo--Out of a job again?
Typo-Yep; by a mere error of tl
types toe. I intended to set It t
"Gottfied." but in the proof it show<
up as "Gotfir'ed." and the result jusi
fed the spelling.--Pittsburgh Press.
The understanding is more relievE
by chan:ae of study than by total mna
Au incr'easing number of people r
ort reg alarly of the satisfactory r'esul
from taking Foley Kidney Pills ;rr
ommend their healing and~ curatri
aralities. Folev Kidney Pilts are a car
uly prepar'ed medicine, guaranteed
ontain no harmful or habit formir
rugs. They can have only a benefici
1eect when used for kidney and bladd'
roubles, for backache, rheumatmist
eak back or lumbago. The Dicks!
Drug Co., Manning, Leon Fischer. Sun
Manning Feople Have Found Tha
This is True.
A cold, a straio. a sudden wrench,
A little cause mnay hurt the kidney
Spells of backache often follow,
Or sonme ir'r'egularity of the urine.
A splendid r'emedy for such attacks
A mecdicine that has cured thousan
1.s D~oa' Kidney Pills, a true idn
Vln Manning peopie rely on it.
H-ere is Mianninzg proof.
"rs L. Newman. M~anning, S. (
-as Insider Doan's Kidney Pi
R'ledd akache and kidney reme<
UUd i eso' say~ that they have been us,
an 'mnv bo'me with e'xcellent results.
nemb er o my family had a lame an
chi nt'bac. together with a kido,
se:kn t.Don's Kidnev. Piils we
iie in his case and thley brought r
i ef. I hav- never had need of Doar
Einey il- myself. hut I hav'e oft
t'vised their use,. ::s I kno' they w
For sale Zv al ideialers. Price
cnuts. Foster-M i hour'u Co.. Buffal
New York, soie agents for the Unite
Rleniem her the uaine-Doanm's--ar
take nto other.
ATTOR~NEY AT LA1
M\A NNiNG. S. C:.
Un j'rsLCIass R.eal Esta
Fray & O'Bryan,
AT. uRN KS AT LAW.
n At H ioy e: It-len dintrr in Lon
ad do"n" o "'' i 'l''" 'evorn, nirusts
were exp)ressing il-it -ti-111,illisiaIsm
Is. about Titianu. Cir;y I- .:: lh:ekeruy
re were amUOng, the go
at "H1is glorious rtoir:n: is a r.:t a bout
ie, Titin. - :aid one 131:11 :Ciki:n. tlie In
ble to give eniiphasis i r reu:irk.
"Andhis gloiious t1dr wing is nother
fact abour Titia '" criAI arinoiher artist.
to And so they went on until Carlyle.
who bad been !istening in silence to
3e their rhapsodies. interrupted them by
saying, with :a slow deliberation which
had its own impressive emphasis:
-i "And here I sit, a man made in the
image of God, who knows nothing
about Titian and cares nothing about
Titian, and that's another fact about
>x Thackeray was sipping claret at the
re moment. He paused and bowed cour
at teously to C'arlyle. "Pardon me." be
said; "that appears to me to be not a
fact about Titian. but a fact, and a
lamentable one, about Carlyle."
;b Washington Monument.
~ The cornerstone of the Washington
monument was laid on its fine site.
which overlooks Washington. George
1 town, Arlington and Mount Vernon. by
- President Folk .July 4. 1S4S. Its mar
ble shaft rises in all the diguity of uL
adorned simplicity to the height of 555
feet. The base of the shaft is fifty-five
ce feet square, and it gradually tapers
until at the 500 foot point it has dimin
ished to less than thirty-fre feet. This
Y monument Is said to coutain 18.000
.d blocks of marble, each two feet thick
t They were lifted on an elevator run by
u- steam. suspended in an. Inner frame
work of iron. which w:!s built up it -
a- intervals. thirty or forty feet nt a time. E
nt In advance of the surrounding mason
ry. The aluminium enpstone. nine
inches high. was set hr position )ec. .
1884. thirty-six years and a half after '
the cornerstone was laid
The Actor's Clothes.
Our principal actor ot whims w:s
iMr. Insnfield. as nas been made
known variously. One whim of his is
related by Fritz Schoultz. the costumer
When it came to the staging of "The
First Violin" Mr .sfield was keen to
get garments with "charicter" in the.
and found that of all plnces Schou'tz's
was the one that could supply him with
e redingotes. He w:ts delighted with
them. Introduced thetm and at the end
of the Chicago engagement absolutely
declined to return them
The matter of getting stage clothes
with character is interesting in tself -
d Secondhand shops supply the most. at
though on ocensions ain actor has
been known to appro:-h a labore'r on
the street and iake him nn offer for
his weather beaten con t. - Chiengo Post
Gladstone's Speech For Irving..
Gladstone was a gre:tt nalmirer at
f- Sir Henry Irving. and this admiration
was shown one day in tue house of
dcommons. Irving was under the gal
f lery in -the nouse when suddenly. with
e Out apparent reason. Gladstone leaped
a- to his feet and delivered an mi
e passioned speech. set off with all the
It expression and dramatlc gesture. for
which he was so famous The house
seemed surprised. Members looked a?
one another anid murmured. "What i.
the old man now up to?"~ They
thought it was some deep politicall
game. But a week or two later a
Sfriend of Irving's. encountering Mr.
SGladstone, mentioned the actor's vrsit
ato the house, and Gladstone eagerly
Inquired: "What did he think of my
speech? I made it for hlm.'
Mail Carriers Will Fly.
This is an age of great discoveries.
7 Progress rides on the air. Soon we may
see Uncre Samnts mail carriers flying in
's all directions, transporting mail. People -
2 take a wonderful interest in a discovery
athat benetits them. That's why Dr.
.King's New Discovery for Coughs,
'Colds and other throat and lung diseas
es is the most popular medicine in A mer
ica. "It cured me of a dread lul cough,'
writes Mrs. .J. F. Davis, Stickney Cor
ner, Me., "after doctor's treatmen. and _
le all other remedies had faile-d." For -
P coughs olds or any bronchial n lfection a
d sueuled. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial -
:. bottle free at all druggists.
An Altered Case. B3
d Acum-Have you seen anything of
Jigin lael?.Doctor-Yes. I pre
scribed a trip to Europe for him only. V
this morning. Ascum-Indeed! He's oi
,gettIng wealthy, isn't he? Doctor- I'
dWell, I can remember when I used to C
e prescribe for him simply a dose of so
- dium bromide for the simne complaint. d
o0 -Exchange. C
abl Volubility. C
r Mbl(studying her lesson)-Papa, I n
what is the definition of "volubility?"
SMabel's Father-My child. volability is
a distinguishing feature of your mother
_ hen on account of tn-gent business af
fairs I don't happen to reach home
until after 2 o'clock in the morning. o
I -Effect of the Climate.
Mrs. Money Bags-I hear you have
spent a great deal of your time In
tItaly? Mrs. Parvenu-Oh, yes, my
deart we're quite Italicized!1-Princeton
That Shut Him Up.
"What would you do If you had a
"Do? Hire a private secretary to an- e
swer fool questions."-Exchan~ge. e
d Whiat They WillDo for Yots
eThey will eure your backache,
strengthen yotr kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pr..
d vent Bright's Disease and Dia
bates, and restore health and:
strength. Refuse substitutes.
I Dickson'sDrug Store. a
Sumter, S. C.
Office Oer IHnk of Sumter.
"WHAT'S HE USE"'
paying some one else more for your supplies and re
pair work than we charge you for the best. We are
wel! fixed to serve you in any capaciy and solicit your
business --on a square deal-basis." We have'increas
ed our supply business in every line and guarantee
every article we sell : .
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PAST FAVORS.
I. H. BRAD H A M
Are Yo u Going To
This is a good time. We heave on hand a large stock
High Grade Stag Paint
Do you exp9ct to i'etint your walls?
This is a good time. We have on hand a good stock
of that beautiful
Wall Coating Alabastine.
A hearty welcome for all our many friends and patrons.
The Monnn Hw or Go
c JOB WORK
TO THE TIMES OFTFICI.
ATE OF SOUTH DAROUNA,
- James M. Wind haia, I q.. .1 o dze
HEREAS, G. Hery ('rtIs. iimde
suit to me to granit him Lettetms
Admnistm4ration. with the Willu
xed. .of thle estaite nad' (effcis (of
arles K. Curtis.
Lhese are the.refore to cite an?d ad
mish all aad sl~gula ~sr the kin
*ed and oreiitors of the sa idi~j i
ares K UCartis, dteeasedl, thait
mey beC and apiear b~efore-:ne, in the~
urt oif P'r io. to b e eI at :. ni
ig, S. C., on t he :35th da y of .1lviy
~xt, atr publication . erecf. at
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
use, if any they have, vwhy theN
Lid administration should not be
Given under iny hand this .ith dayv
May, Amuno Doimini, 1911.
J. M. A'h NDH AM.
We solicit your
leaing and P~ressing
'oil *~ :d prOmise prompt and
oo :e -..ee. We have mu pl~oy
pm-w. i rs and cleaners with
:pr:n cc, and all work entrust
to ur vlt be guaranteed.
Seod vojr clothes to the Bon
on Pre'sstn. Club.
ege sock f NewTuixsNen
supplyall yur v~mts an
ank yu fo you busness
'C UIaVI ~ola~e butw~ cadhil
*rge tockof N~~- Tibare '.
ireson hnd, nd 'he Done
suppl all our vun~.your
H. I. BADH~i.White F
The Dest Salvs !M The Wcrid.
i RIGTS s
for DryUGoode- -lothi
t:!= Shoes and -Hats. ".,n
H-ARLTON U GANT
In nerou prsrtoIadfml
an FOHaDNts.R N
iti h es eiie vrsl
rom- _r tt ning v nt olcin
ovra rgis' outr
LJ~N RG STOEAR
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