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Sloan's Tiniment gi es
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarsenes, sore throat,
croup, asta nay fever
Kan., 1wri ts :- -, U ..<5 3L.
Lent ini th z;:3ad1- ank ex
cellentr e f,. :.a - yF-r
RELIEVED SOR. THROAT.
Nns. t. BP.sWFn, of MdnYo.7-.,
writes: "11 bougbt one bttle of vour
Liniment and itdidie - 11 the goc-l iu
the world. My thro::t rs ver.
andiscaredme of mytroubic."
COOD FOR COLD A- CROU'
Xa. W. H.STRAYGz, .
Avenue, Chicaro, Il.. r i- 1
tle boy next door hader . C
the mother Sloan's L.- . t.r.
She gave him thr.'c de . ':;
before gong- to -i, :. -:
without the croup in tie iorm:. .
Bird's Nest of Steel.
:u the .\in:: f e Ntutli History at
ieleure. in Swit7.erland. there is a
bird's nest made entirely of steel. There
a-e a number of clockmaking shops at
Soleure. and in the yards of these
shops there are often found lying dis
used or brokien springs of clocks. One
day a clockimaker noticed In a tree ID
his yard a bird's nest of peculiar ap
pearance. Examining it he found that
a pair of wagtails had built a nest en
tirely of clocks springs. It was more
than four Inches 'mross and perfectly
comfortable for the birds. After the:
fe'hered architects had reared the!r'
brood the nest was taken to the mu
seurm. where it is preserved as a strik
i-.: illustration of the skill of birds tn
:-rning their surroundings to advant
nge in building their nests.
Look to Your Plumbing.
)on know what happens in a house in
whicn the blumbinmi is io poor condi
tinn-eve-r% body in the house it liahle to
c.--ntract t phoid or some other fever.
The digearive orgaos perform the same
fnctions in th- human b:oiv as the
plumbhing does for the house. and they
should be' kept. in irst class condition all
thme time. If you hav any trouble with
v ou r diwestie- t.ke chamberlain'
Tahlets and votu are c-.rtain to get quick
re.lief. For sale~ by all dealers.
mary for C
will be ele
He is t
r-- . t I .
usedlu: .. "' l'i' ",
snu la lt1:- ~ s e t - t ; tI ::.
diaineter 1i :?.re - --1a. <I
btz Ilhe !..... -:fre e he :1 . too t;1
rulire uA tad -azt t T ;I * a li.':aq :
In rafts daiwn :.i- rive: I. t:ei Il:!I
the logs are firse aua au--.t -e * a'. c
cular -z:tws4 i:nti ) n., i5 0 e
into right lvn;..tha for it:al ja- i.. :iat
thuse- rhuuiks go ituoi the tail <- :a
who witb eircu!::r s::w- ai. ietw wi
Into what are alled "'!;ats. > (,I, -
red hearit tihe Io- is us.ed- 1lt t*%;t
sapwoo)d is thrown awa. l'he - a1
are bound in butidles :inda -ent t4) .Nwv
York. where the greater part are vaaa,
ed up into lead plenells. and the reuaaiii
der goes to lead penei fac-tures i -
many and other European coutries
Exchange. Perfect Suitor.
"Sir." begau the young ini. "I de
sire to ask for the hand of your dati,
ter Belinda in narriage
The father gave him one au.5k.
searching stare. Then be deuiande-d
"What Is your rating?'
"My share of father's estate' was two
The father held out his hand
"Very good Now go to her tmother
Nothing can le settled until"
"I understand." said the young muai.
and be went away, thingmg pro
"Madam." be began. '1 wish to bave
your pernission to pay my addresaes
to your daughter
She looked at him haughtily
"With a view to an alliane with our
house?' she demanded Iuereduicnusly
"Yes. madam. I love"
"One moment. please. Yonr famtuily"
"We trace our dez-eut to isaatwila de
She put out both hand.L Harttord
Prior to tae year 25, which witneass h
ed its Invasion by the Scoti. a tra.t- t
who inhabited the northern portions or to
the country now tnown as Ireland. %
Scottnd bore the -ame of Caledoma S
literally the tilily country of the 'aeis. C
r Gaels The word eael. or gue. is a
corruption of Gadhel. signifying in the
native tongue 'a hidden rover.' while
Scot. derived from the native senate.
means practically the same thine 1. e..
a wanderer The Caledonlans were the i
nbtbitants of the highlands. the pre
fix dun expressing the Celtic for hill.
fort, stronghold. etc. The Scots4 were
the invaders from Scotia. who siapprob
priated the Hebrides and western is
lands, whereas the lowlanders were
the Plets. so called from their deseril
tion by the iomans. pietl. pained men
-"Names and Their Meaning.
Drive Sick Headaches Away. a
Sick b.-adaches, sour eaxsy stomach,
- digest.ion,hili, usnaesz 'i-appear quick
I aftmr .ou take Dr Kivg's New Life
Pills. They Iurift the 'l- cd and put.
Swlife and vigor in the scst em Try
h- m and you will be w'-ll sar.is.fi- d.
Ever pill helpes; every box guarant eed.
Price 25c. Recommuended bay all drug
ople of Olharle
r--AII the Cou
had two cant
cted in the sec
he best equipp
writes Mrs. L R. Barker,
of Bud. Ky., "and can do
all my housework. For
years I suffered with such
pains, I could scarcely
stand on my feet. After
three different doctors had
failed to help me, I gave
Cardui a trial. Now, Ifeel
like a new woman."
The Woman's Tonic
A woman's health de
pends so much upon her
delicate organs, that the
least trouble there affects
her whole system. It Is
the little things that count,
in a woman's life and
health. If you suffer from
any of the aches and
pains, due to womanly
weakness, take Cardui at
once, and avoid more seri
ous troubles. We urge
you to try it Begin today.
uIred . , - f t:: n e. i 1
7:.. too we: kno h .a.ee11t
l'ed. v.ey od a too C
[ely po!.:e. ( nly ithe ot her day I
:1 iiI1einei Ll !"n. 8 :: 8
baconi0fst's shop. 'Prny do not ltrou!ble
) carry it. :id the tob 'co ist. - t1 1
-ill give ui the geateI S plesure to
and it round to you.'" -westniins-ter
If ,. oe n .: 1 Se-mptio f . iu
, s ..' .ur Ckin-.
t of N 1 r' N mae
e H A - - ' . in. N. .
bka na we
t I ,ot.e.d I . , ' t Ebt' i.
te , s Va s r e - m m . n ---- 1. i !- o -
I n :i ,e ti s , -.-. fe- . : 1
.x Mn ' " I Wi ') a'aV- i o. )
ia 50 an $al'). 1 m.animnd, a b
.RANT'S DRUG STORE!
Sells Everything in
RU6S and MEDIC1NES'
a conditions sl
nties in the D
idates in the
ed, the most i>
c~~e cI a e ictTht th e Cree ad
I - :.:.<.:0y Puire.
tod of .or
eyhas .n enrhed by the pro:ll ot
.! cuw%';- :m ec d:1ys p ;.'.r:is
ai d fi!I ure have le d. l :t
t is the 1ild. co:iinual prli lt ot the
attle I ht h::': m~aie A he i.h: ndl rich.
So carfilly (:o they tend them there
:nd s: ;u i n they of wvaste ini
rodden p:t ,::'-. ,:ys Our Immh Ani
als. tha t they etu:ally tether thei
niutls, aitd the child rein or indto
ervntS- shft themt at morn, coon and
Gentle;:e-. is their cue in h dlia
h f . iih. aficer a dose of mIth
r*-' mil'. hns t) !e contelt with skim
. !: i ! Shle is haltered
a fe: by !a:d and becomec docile
S........:m- 'whe'n two years o"d
iils !t :1.:.. : er out her bountiful
:rothy. rich mi!k to the
jiet w-amen f,o-. who miliz her.
Ti.- -Lr..y bred ikept pure by
1tri eet I: w s :::;utthe importatiion
i f..:6 a ~o !: - N summer pastur-.
I%- ;-- v ril cattle reai.n oil'
r izu *J11 .).mober. but diuring t he
i ll:cy are always comfor-ih!y
The i!;. .z used almost exclisivel.
i lma king butter A good .ler-ey wm
hnke :anl n ea:-- r .1 pound of hut ter
very day in the year. riTe Jersey I,
eautifui in formi. and ber ahound-n:
airy products inke her n favoria
iI h the household. an orinmetO tI
iny farim or estate anud a source of
reat protit to her owner
URIOUS CUSTOMS IN INDIA
Dzncing G:rs Are Ma -ied to 10oit
Parrots aue tanught in India to -pe'.
L large ortio of their time i reptat
hg the iin. tues ofl gods. and ich :
pokcesmanin:i a great price. espe
,;illy am-;uinsmn.who im
:.iflne that . owning suci a parrot
eir spirItual treastires are amu-n 1111
ting while they attend to their usual
M1any of the dancing girls in India
longii: to the temples nre ca'ibw thle
ives of t-he gods At an earl3 age
hey are iited in wedllovk to tle im
ges worshiped in the teplles This
trange muatimuomna Icon nect Iin i
brmned in compldisance with the wisie
f the parents. who believe it to lie
highly mzuritorious act to presmnt a
eautiful daughter in marriage to a
The only foreigner who ever saw the
aside of the great Temple of Ju! er
aut was an Egolish utlicer. who sue
eded in giniing admission t.3 paint
ng and dressing himself like a native
When the trahmins discovereI thai
heir holy place had been thus detiledi
bey hecane so enra.ged th:at all the
7nglish residing at the station were
biged to :Io for their lives
Suspecting their pursuers to be more I
lesirous of gramtifyinig their avarice i
han their revenge. they strewed silver
noney by the way. and while the na
ivcs stoppid to pick it up they :ained
ime and su:cceeded in reaching a place
if safety.-l'hiladelphia Inquirer.
gr. sng's New Life PilI
The best in the world.
LECTRIC BILOUSE OE
.. BITTERS AND KDNEA
cI the conditi<
tould give Wha
edi a plurality
I h iv. 1,v dot.ulbted the fact that
vinter was re'a!ly at l2eart a jolly good
elow. brusque. but sincere. His bark
s worse th:i his bite. If you expect
uioi i phrases or tiatteries from his
ips You will ie d i apIoiiited. His lan
ma 4e is vigorous. direct and effective. I
Iis rei-n ns "ruler of the inverted year"
s absolute His qiualities are distinctly I
nasenin te We think of spring- as a
hy maiaden coquetting with the breezes,
ummer as the perfect flower of gra
ious womanhood Autumn reminds us
of :I widow. to whom bereavewent has
rought a haistened meiancholy. But
inter is the vig.Orous gentleman with
he wisdom :iid judgment of age.
trong and unyicldi;.: where great is
-uvs are at .inke vet withal reveal
ii;: at times a winning benetivence in
>oth looks and actions -Suburban
The Vatican's Precious Manuscripts.
The \'atican library is probably the,
ucst sumptuously housed In the worla,
l'his. i cotirse. is only as it shouid be
or tihe collection olitains some of the
[lost prjeiouis ilianuscripts in existence
nluding the Biblical "Codex Vati'a
ius" of the fourth century. the tiftil
-entury Vergil and the palimpsest *'De
[tepublica- of Cicero. The printed
>ooks Include over 2.5) fifteenth cen
ur% efditiois. many of them velluzi,
-op111- l'fne total library has been es :
imaited to coiprise over 220.0(0) vol
ime., and 30.10A0 manuscripts. but if
jas lieper been adequately catalogued
Pall Mall (azette.
smith-1 see yoa're paying the ex
enses of that p:iinte: ;Iio fell off the
-oof. Brown Sure: he's too good a
11911 to lose As he went down hi
oiiield up three or four places whlcb
voui!ld have zeen extreuely dItficult to
-each in the ordinary way.-Londonl
"Do you ignow old u: . T ilt young
ellow s.ved ine from absolute bank
-titcy last year?"
"1How was that?"
"He married the girl I had been en
:aged to for mouths." -London Tele
"is ir Prettyface In mourning for
"Can't say Only now she's in black
'or himu " aitimore American.
ft is ditticult to rest if you are doing
eothiniig Roman Proverb.
No matter how long you suffered, or
ha! other remedes have falled to vui e.
'to.% Kidney. Pius. %vi!! surely help .%ou.
'hey ar*- gonuin tonie . strenFt-ieon-s!
nil curative. build up the kid-. y. :t d
esor- 'h-ir regrular action J-hn V-l
i rH. F..ster, Calif , sav,: "I -ulT red
iany %easrs with kidney trouib- >i d
ould never g-t relief u itjl I tri-d Fo
Kldnt-y Pills xiich e$eee I a(com
et.t cure" The Dicks n Druz Co..
lannini. S. C.. L-on Fischer. Sun
W-r' IOU. S. C.
R. J. PRANK GEIGER..
M A NNING, S. C.
AU -es Kidneys and Bladder Right
mfs which pre
iley a maj ority
y was the stro
d the winning
coughs and Uoinpi .
l'h w th::. to ito i.b n y . h A -
Le I I ha b I .. ouW .ou i- to o . ' - t
e of Dr K-zt.nt's N-w ii v-t-r% You.
Vill ft j.e- fr h.- i f-t 1- : 6
ina01 T 1 v v- uigh x. I -1- p; :t-. O !
S1'wai o; .\u:-. a i:,e, Al I.. , -
.ife w i. d wu to - 1 i t :t;,
,..u:. , andI liime- s y e iv d t n
we-tn f r D K ug'--NN' . D-- e: h
v.,u d n., be i1- , n 1; o X ." . K 1 1-., o
Orry-, Iree P a." :- - , e- I m In (I r.
o..ni atnd ei ds. Prie 30 - ed 8100. t
.tcommeiltn-1. d byv I 00 -s
TALES OF CATS.
Stories That Come From the Hister
Tower of London.
Two stories of the intelligence old
;ynpatby of our feline friends were
told me during one of my numerous
isits to the Tower of London while I
mas living in England.
Southampton was a prisoner in the
rower with the Earl of Esses durin.g
Flizabeth's rei-gn. In some strange way
pr by some unrecognized faculty a fa
orite cat of his found his abode and v
suddenly appeared to him. having made
in entrance down the chimney. After
his release Dy .James I., SouthaiptouO
had his picture painted with his faith- I
ful friend at his side. The portrait. I
believe, can today be seen at Wilbecc
The other tale is Of Sir Henry Wyatt.
who was committed to the Tower dur
Ing the reign of Richard 1I' Ind sur
fered much from- want of olothing and
food. He would have perished if a cat
had not coni down into his room and
warmed him by lying on his breast
and saved him from starvation by
bringing him an occasional pigpon
caught en the lend:s. Although the
keeper was under orders not to im
prove his food. he ,grsed to cook any
thing which Sir Ienry provided. ani
the pigeons which the cat brought
saved his life. lie also had a picture
painted showing the cat offering a pig
eon through the bars of his cell.-Our
They Were Con -r. n In England When
Real Ones Were Taxed.
The window tax in England. a very
)'d tax comnencing In the reign o1
William III.. was not discontinued un
.il Lord HIlifax changed it to the
house duty in 1S51.
It must have caused a great aimount
of consumption. anemia and other foil.
air maladies. for in 187i) there were
only an average of six windows in
English houses 1:deed. the British
architects are not yet free from the 1),
influence of this tax
In very wany old hosts in Enain':d
today there may he seen imo-k witulow:.
painted on the walls for symmetry
hideous things. Not only were gintix
windows taxed. but tiny hole in the
wall was included. lndeed. in the e:irlv
days only very rich people in Engiand
had glass windows. and si preiois
,%ere these that they were carried from
one house to another when people
moved their quarters
Curious dodges were practiced to es
cape the tax. such as extending one
window across two houses or making a
very wide division between two paines,
of glass. The loss to the naltion must I
hve been a hundredfold the revenues
collected from this bad tax.-Boston
vailed in this
r in this Counts
'hich had three
U La. b v i,..:- of an order of
H. n 1, C. straus', R-teree in Bank
ruptC3, I wili seil at. public outcry to
the h;ghest bidder for cash, on Friaay,
the 11th da of April. 1913, at 12o'cloCk
-. 0.. at n 't--n hius forn-mr y .cu
p d b J J. Ne tCW. a' Alco u, S. C.,
i.-i r..r-- .-ek of vjxds, wares and
i.e C ..nd c n .,wed in said stere
tom..1-. all ;uro it ure a fixLtres in
a d st, e h ,o. a so all accounts, notes
andl cha-e's in a=1O of the said J. J.
N~ tus, bankrupL.
E. B. BROWN,
F ab Accident.
Wind and a dreni I11n rain were do
Ing their wvorst to make the lives of
bomne goina .ew Yirkers mlserabI6
when Lte ciniawtor of an uptown car
joined forces with nature and an
nounced that everybody would have to
take the car ahead or the car behind
because that car wasu't going any
farther. Protests rather more numer
ou-s and violent than common greeted
that ainioni--eei' e:
"Can't he he!ped," said the conduc
tor stolidly '-This car is all out of
fix. It :in't tit to travel."
So. according to their custom when
ordered to do a thing,. the New York
crowd did it. but one of the number
contintued to ponder on the disability
of, the abandoned car. No fuse had
blown out, and It had run with only
the ordinary noise and friction. Pres
ently he said to the new conductor:
"What was the matter with that car
we were bustled out of back there?
What was broken about it?"
"The cash register." said the man.
"They couldn't ring up any more
fares."-New York Tianes.
Women's Love of Ugly Men.
The illustrious men in history who
were distinguished as much for the
fascination which they exercised over
the fair sex as for their talents and
ability were, as a rule, plain and in
sinificant in appearance. Julius Caesar
was a very ill favored man. and yet
when a mere stripling. before his fame
in Rome. girls of his own age sighed
for him and mature women longed for
his love. Among the men of later times
who were renowned in like manner
were Sir Philip Sidney. plain almost
to ugliness: 'aul Searron. the comic
poet. a cripple: Voltaire. unmistakably
ugly. and Rousseau. whose manners
were awkward as his face was plain,
while John Wilkes. who had the power
to subjugate any woman who spoke to.
him for even five minutes. was admit
ted by his own showing to be the ug
liest man in England In his time.
Mammy Lou was visiting Lucindy.
The latter lifted a boiling pot off the
store. set it in the fireless cooker. cov
ered it closely and pushed it under the
"What's yuh a-gon' t' do 'wid dat
"I's a-goin' to cook dem beans in de
Mammy rose. a scared. hunted look
on her wrinkled face. "Does yuh mean
t' tell me yuh a-goin' t' bile dem beans
Lucindy nodded. Mammy backed to
the door and looked at the girl as at an
apparition, then. with defiance mingled
with fear, commanded: "Put on your
bonnet! You sure is hoodooed! You
ain't goin' t' live in no house where the
devil does de cookn'."-Judge.
y vote in
-ishau:':The Word oe t.e
hei'* -c:' ; ud "zu::." wbich cover:
aan~y !'itnr -urv~e beant thiem in
he oie word- m t" whin you
ui'-ht suspe i' or the n;:premnev fi aml
fity-bUt "st" O nv hythought
Vi -p:o"wu h word that me::r~t
a!t n t.:m !othini The pnister
ouid watch *,:, word "sez." which
Wehieved Ie:lriy Fe'.venty cotluns In
he new E:ilish divtionary it is a
m:tl wo;d. :,ur its nennings are al
ntst unizim *I~. Yca should set to
rork on the -word. which you use every
:tv in a hundred senses. And it would
e n ple:isaut. popular game to sel
own the number of ways in whihli
oil ha:-;c' i:sil ih::t word durin;: tlhe
yL. "Se to partners" you might call
Found a Care fir Rhbumatism.
--I ,utTrtd with ihelmati-m or two
enrs nid 'oi d nolt -.t m rivt hand
s , 41ot h fi. ih-,t e h or roe."
-i: Le L : a;lin t.M, t-i. lima.
I -otT r-i Itrroie .aio N I C-uti U i
eii or lie stii at nigyh:. F.ve ye-ars
c I "-,an using *h ,ino- ri',ij Lin
ent .ind i two in -th' I was well and
.Lve not. sOtT. r"d i h rhetuma ismn
m Fra all d. 'ers
T:-c Qumeerness of It.
"The bai. tailes after ihis fathcr."
"A fatier like that baby's got sel
!om leaves anything after himt for
mnybody to take."-Baltimore Ameri
No Merit in it.
Mother (reprovinglyi - When I was
roung girls never thought of doing
be things they do today Daughter
Nell. that's why they didn't do thew
Aid The Kidneys.
)o Not Endanger Life When a Man
ninig Citizen Shows You the Way
to Avoid It.
Why will people continue to suTer
h- a2'nies of kidney complaint. hack
h . trirkar diire.s. 1 .m *:e-e, bead
t !e-. 1 in-ur. why allow th, m-elves
1 becont- chronil invalids, wbeo at
. ed r mt-d % is offeri,'i then?
D-an's Kid-v Pills h:ive been used
i k dey triu-l-- ov r 50 .sears,- have
w~ r te- el in ti, unids of cases.
If y.,u have- even oit- f th
imp otis ti kidtna. * i 's--as- s. avt now
Jr. p, a' r Br-13i' disea.-e m:ay set in
i d i ke i. gi et dan rius Read thi
E R --artion. Mannhw, S. C
v.: -sou- ytar, a o I u-i d Doa,'.
i .e P 11s. tb-ain- d ft om Dr. W. E.
3' w. & o.'- Drug Sore. (tow th'
1 ksw" Dru. COt.) at'1 I f.au.d hem it,
wVa aluablei kidny-v nit cine. T'e
.r u.t t in,- primpt an i last in; r. lie
rom lekaeble a' d pains acro-is MY
.s ISand (lid i.- a woril of go. d.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
-,nt. Fiister- Mlilbiir Co., Hutfalo.
S-w York, sole agents for the United
Reineiuber the namne-Doan's-and
ake noi other'
County in the
in the second
and a majoril
te in the first